Doodle wall

Artist: Bianca Mori Maurelli

213 Roncesvalles ave, Toronto, ON, M6R2L6

Located inside The Source Bulk Foods Roncy, it was created by a staff member, and funded by the owner of the store.
It features the store’s nut butter schedule, a changing middle section with the “recipe of the month”, and a quote.

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Graffiti by Bacon

Artist: Bacon

110 Baker St, Nelson, BC V1L 4H1

Located in the parking lot facing side of Dr. Kelly Davidoff Family Dentistry, Bacon used his spare paint from “Harmony” to create this quick piece.

“Canadian painter and internationally acclaimed graffiti artist, Alexander Bacon, was born and raised in Toronto and has become a renowned mural artist with over 20 years of experience. Using spray paint as the main medium, Bacon’s work has evolved towards deconstructing traditional spray graffiti techniques to create an abstract style while preserving letters’ shapes. The technique behind his work presents a unique painting style where he produces soft color transitions, blending abstract forms with realism and expressionism.”

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Smooth Sky

Artist: Imagine

420 Vernon Street, Nelson, BC, V1L 4E5

The piece is an ode to blue skies! The sky in Nelson really inspired me. When I first arrived, I talked to the festival organizers and several people who’ve lived here all their lives, and they were all telling me how lucky I was during my visit because the sky wasn’t smoky. Since I got here, the sky has been a perfect blue the whole time and I couldn’t imagine this beautiful place any other way.
What it says on the wall is “may the skies forever stay blue”, over and over again. It’s sort of like a wish, that with climate change and rapidly changing weather everywhere, the hope is that we have blue sky days like these over and over again; that things stay this way. I used a lot of shades of blue in it; the majority of the shades are sky blues, so if you take a photo of the wall, even at different times of day, some part of the wall is always matching the sky.

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The focus of the 'River of Time' mural, which reads "flow gratefully through the currents of time."

River of Time

Artist: Natalie Very B., Bareket Kezwer, Julii McMillan, Julia Prajza

53 Stephen Dr, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 3M8, Canada

The ‘River of Time’ mural was undertaken by artists Natalie Very B., Bareket Kezwer, Julii McMillan and Julia Prajza, as part of the Neighbourhood Love Collective’s Gateway Mural Project. The mural depicts artistically rendered wildlife, rivers and other nature scenes flowing through the seasons, the observer’s eyes following a series of unbroken rolling hills that pass through the seasons.

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A side view of the Bell Manor Park mural.

Bell Manor Park

Artist: Peru

323 Park Lawn Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 3K3, Canada

Located in Bell Manor Park’s southwestern field, this large mural (when viewed from left to right) displays a tri-toned set of leaves and a geometric butterfly, leading to the words ‘Bell Manor Park’ in Peru’s unique multi-coloured, block-letter styling.

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Front side of the Smile signal box mural.

Smile Signal Box

Artist: Bareket Kezwer

College St. and Beverley St.

“Together, we can build inclusive, multilingual neighbourhoods that celebrate diversity. Smile at your neighbours, connect with strangers. Open your hearts and embrace your community. By helping other people find their light, we can all shine brighter together.”

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