ELLA

Artist: Red Dress Productions

389 Church Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Ella is a ten foot tall mosaic work by Red Dress Productions. This mosaic depicts a woman holding an umbrella and complements the second mural on the same building.

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Spirit of Saint-Clair, Part 1

Artist: MRL™ is the collective practice of Leone McComas, Liang Wang and Nuff.

900 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6C 1C5

Acrylic, latex and aerosol paint on aluminium panels, approx. 20’ x 8’.

MRL™ partnered with Akin Projects and Canderel Residential to create a mural that represents St-Clair West’s past, present and future through a mix of historical realism, graphic symbolism and dynamic typography.

In partnership with Akin Projects and Canderel.
MRL™ is the collective practice of Leone McComas, Liang Wang and Nuff.

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Little Free Library

Washington Ave. and Queen Mary Drive L6K 1W4

The Little Free Library was created as a community effort to strengthen and support the neighbourhood during the pandemic. The intention is to give everyone access to free books, especially for young minds to keep growing and learning.
The guideline is to take a book, share a book, so there’s a steady flow of different books throughout the seasons.

Artist: Elena Martoglio

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A Window Into Yesteryear

Glendonwynne Rd. and Bloor St.

This hand painted mural design was born as homage to Toronto’s historical homes and a celebration of their timeless stained glass windows. As a proud Torontonian, I enjoy walking the quiet residential streets and admiring the older, more charming homes of the different neighbourhoods.
Artist: Julia Prajza

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Stained Glass of Toronto

King St. and Shaw St. Toronto ON

As a proud Torontonian living in the west end, I enjoy walking the quiet residential streets and admiring the older, more charming homes of Toronto. Being a big fan of fine craftsmanship and vintage design, I like to imagine living in the city during the Victorian times without condo buildings, cookie cutter houses, and uninspired architecture. Over the years I have been collecting photos of these beautiful and intriguing houses in our city and am constantly looking back at them for inspiration with the intricate details, interesting materials and illuminating stained glass windows. This design was born as homage to Toronto’s historical homes and their timeless stained glass windows. The intention is to add a little more charm to the city with this vibrant and captivating modern-meets-traditional design.

Artist: Julia Prajza

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Pods through time

1606 Danforth Avenue Parking Lot M4C-1H6

10 emerging artist where hired to participate.
A few round panels depict historical events of East York.
The mosaic was created with recycled material.

Date: August 2016
Lead artist: Cristina Delago
East End Arts

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