COVID-19 Inspired Artwork Downtown Finds

Urban Ninja Squadron Stay Safe

COVID-19 Inspired Street Art

I hope everyone is managing as best they can through these strange times. Although a lot of the street art projects are on pause.. there’s still a few finds to be discovered.

Urban Ninja Squadron Stay Safe

Warning everyone to ‘Stay Safe’ is Urban Ninja Squadron who can be found with a few wheat paste ups.

There’s also a lot stickers that I found all along Queen St West.

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Bkez Sidewalk Art

In front of a community centre in Parkdale Bkez did this sidewalk art to help people get through.

She said this on her Instagram:

Things are really weird right now, and asking for help might seem overwhelming or selfish. Remember, when you ask for help, you are offering someone an opportunity to practice kindness — and right now, that goes a long way. #letsmakelovegoviral

Bkez
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Recently I've been thinking a lot about love and compassion. What does it mean to live from a place of loving compassion during a global pandemic—both to myself and to others. To myself, it seems to mean being gentle and taking it day by day. It means not expecting myself to show up with the same energy, focus and creativity that I often do. It means speaking kindly to myself when I miss a deadline, take over a week to respond to a simple e-mail, or need an entire afternoon to rest after a trip to the grocery store. It means journaling, meditating, walking, cooking, sleeping, showering, and wearing my favourite clothes. It also means exploring my capacity to care for others. Right now, that mostly looks like staying home so that frontline workers can do their jobs. It means showing gratitude to those workers. It means grocery shopping for my 91 year old grandmother. It means calling my loved ones to check in on them. It means being mindful of what I share online. It means donating to charity. When @parctoronto asked me if I could paint a mural that would help those lining up for meals and food practice safe physical distancing, I was incredibly appreciative for the opportunity to use my skills to help and spread some love. Things are really weird right now, and asking for help might seem overwhelming or selfish. Remember, when you ask for help, you are offering someone an opportunity to practice kindness — and right now, that goes a long way. #letsmakelovegoviral

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Parkdale Graffiti

There a lot of signage and graffiti to be found in Parkdale

We’re all in this together Wheat Paste

“Just 6 Ft Apart”

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Graffiti Alley Artwork

This was in the middle of Graffiti Alley.

“6 Feet Apart but Close 2 My Heart”

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St Joe’s School Artwork

This school usually has artwork on this same spot. The last time I went by there was this.

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Wash Your Hands Signage

You should wash your hands.. and of course the toys !

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Closed Signage

Some of the stores on Queen St West had a little fun with their signs.

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Assembly Theatre

“The miserable have no other medicine but only hope” Shakespeare. That is outside of a theatre that has been closed for awhile

Assembly Theatre

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Roncy Signage

Some of the people in Roncesvalles have turned their windows into messages for passersby.

Even the sidewalks are full of messages.

This was for the front line workers.

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