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Fraternal street art duo from France, Ensemble Réel, are known for their elaborate stencil portraits. The two brothers fuse poetry, fatality, passion, and colour in their work, which explores various ethereal themes like poetry, fatality, passion, and chaos.

Thirsty

Thirsty

A last-minute addition to the 2019 Vancouver Mural Festival, this work by iHeart depicts a child posing for many selfies as a commentary on the role of social media in our world.

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“I want to highlight the vegetation that takes control of the territories affected by forest fires. The black morel (edible) is presented in this work as a symbol of renewal. Life always resumes no matter what. Ferns are also present in post-fire areas.”

The Readiness is All

The Readiness is All

Sergey Ryutin worked with the local community and as part of the design team to develop The Readiness is All, a temporary public artwork fin Thomson Family Park Working in conjunction with the Street Art Program for Youth, the mural considers both the cultural heritage of the site, and reflects the vision and desires of the community and the Thomson family.

Flora

Flora

Created with the Steps Initiative and the Port Credit BIA as part of the Main Street Art Challenge. For these designs, I wanted to depict various scenes of nature connected to the local ecology, both past and present. I am currently interested in the composition of patterns and wanted to take motifs from my work and create bight and colourful patterns with them.

Little By Little, A Little Becomes A Lot

Little By Little, A Little Becomes A Lot

These loving strawberries offer a gift of wellbeing to the downtown Barrie community. The strawberry, the first fruit of summer, offers hope and the promise of new possibilities.
The design was inspired through a process of reconnecting with ancestral Ashkenazi Jewish plant medicine. Berries featured prominently in the materia medica of traditional Ashkenazi herbal healers. Art is a healing practice; through my art, I am giving new life to the folk healing practices of my forebears.

Perpetual Freedom II

Perpetual Freedom II

Mural Facilitator and Muralist for the 3rd Annual Mural on Baldwin Street, in response to the theme “The Future without Oppression”, Kensington Market, Facilitated by StreetARToronto, Friends of Kensington Market [Facilitators: Serena Purdy, Curtia Wright & Jai Smith], Toronto.

Osprey on Barn

Osprey on Barn

Montreal-based artist Jamie Janx contributes many murals to the Prince Edward County area and beyond. Spraypainted on a barn using his classic stencil design, the artist reflects one of the more surprising birds that call the County home. Locals point out that there are five osprey nests within the Milford area.

Perpetual Freedom

Perpetual Freedom

‘Perpetual Freedom’ is my contribution to the large-scale mural project entitled “A Future Without Oppression”. My mural – is alongside several murals by femme artists which span Baldwin Street in its entirety. Thank you to Serena Purdy, Curtia Wright & Jai Smith as well as @start_streetarttoronto and Friends of Kensington Market for facilitating, organizing and reaching out to me to partake in this wonderful event. I’m happy to have been a part of beautifying a lively community like Kensington Market!!!