The Mural is a reflection of vibrants streets, showcasing colourful roads and buildings in-front of a cloud filled sky. The vibrant streets and buildings aim to inspire the youth to create more art and build community. This design also reinforces diversity and interconnectedness; through which a community thrives. The colourful buildings within this city landscape speak to those who dwell within and bring the streets to life. As I painted amongst the community, a little boy and his father were driving past as the child exclaimed that he wanted to visit the city landscape. This inspired me to title the mural “Little One’s City” as it is the youth that are our future.
This mural was painted through community consultation with Arts Etobicoke and four other mural artists; Yusra Mukhtar, Kaya Joan, Moises Frank and Hemangi Shroff (Please see their profiles for their part of the mural).
The mural was painted using outdoor exterior acrylic paints. The picnic blanket, the fruit basket and the hint of the Mad Hatter’s tea party are part of the theme of inviting the community to a welcoming space, to share each other’s company, good food and a little bit of magic.
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.
Sandeep Johal created “One Day” on the side of the parkade for the 2020 Nelson International Mural Festival.
Painted by Lambertus De Graaf, a local artist and art teacher, this wall mural commemorates the railway around which the town of Palmerston grew. It shows the pedestrian walkway over the tracks, the rail station and steam engine No. 81. All of these things have been restored and people can visit the outdoor museum. The first train arrived in 1871 and the station was closed in 1982. Steam had been replaced by diesel in 1957.
This mural is located in the Postcard Restaurant of the Best Western Hotel of the Toronto skyline surrounded by a vibrant sunset. The CN Tower features a light display using RGB strip lights creating a light show for the customers to enjoy.