Kirsten McCrea Ossington Alleyway Mural

🎨 "Cybird" by SADAR

🎨 Hello by Kirsten McCrea

This was Kirsten’s contribution to the Ossington alleyway project a few weeks ago. She goes by Hello Kirsten on Instagram FYI.

She uses her distinctive patterns in all of her work.

From her website:

My detailed artworks showcase layered histories, using ornamentation and patterning to reveal alternate narratives that celebrate diversity in all its forms.


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🎨 Two Murals in One Photo !

The mural on the right was done back in September of this year by … Christina Mazzulla @cmazzulla with Alex Bacon @vizsla_bacon and @reliable_rons

And the mural on the left was done in September of last year by Alex Bacon @vizsla_bacon Willy Wales & Christina Mazzulla @cmazzulla for @pangeaseed

These are both incredible murals !

Coincidentally, I used to live 3 doors down to the right of here in the 90’s.. and all those highrises were not there !

The building with the sharks was there way back then.. and Hooters @hootersdowntowntoronto had just moved into the neighbourhood. It was the talk of the town.

Funny how some things change.. while others do not.

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🎨 “Spirit” by SADAR

@blazeworks & CROEM @squinteastwood_ for

I saw this for the first time when it was snowing..

I walked by the next day and the colors really pop out against the white snow..

Amazing new mural..

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The next three murals are outside a private school. The wall isn’t very high but the artists made the use of this space. There were about 10 murals in total.. but hard to photograph.

🎨 “Cybird” by SADAR

@blazeworks πŸ¦… for @wallnoize
This guy just gets better and better and even better ! Wow !

🎨 By Luvsumone 🐍

Not only did LuvSumone do a mural of Drake in Graffiti alley. he did this mural with a snake !

It’s everyone’s fave Gorgon… Medusa !

From Wiki:

“generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Those who gazed upon her face would turn to stone”



🎨 By Omen514 🐍

LuvSumone was influenced by Omen514 who also had a Medusa theme.

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