Moises Frank Luvsumone Aerosol Murals

Moises Frank aka Luvsumone Aerosol Murals

Luvsumone is a street artist who I didn’t know much about until Instagram !
He’s incredibly busy and incredibly talented. His energy is phenomenal, he just doesn’t seem to stop. He had so many projects going last year that I still haven’t seen them all.

I found a brief bio on the Patch Project and this is his artistic statement:

“My work reflects my personal experimentation and evolution of what graffiti is to me. This urban phenomenon of “graffiti” has grown and changed so much over the years and I am somewhere in the mess. I am traditional and “purist” in the sense that I use no tape, no stencils, no projections, no brushes or chalk. Everything is done freehanded on the spot with the spray can. However, being a millennial and growing up with the age of the internet my style has been influenced by so many other forms of media and artist all over the world. My “graffiti” tends to break or bend the “rules” of tradition graffiti murals and pushes the boundaries of what graffiti means. I believe this is crucial to the development and growth of graffiti culture.”

These are the pictures that I have taken of his work over the last year an half.


Don’t Forget to Drink Water Mural

This was the first time I came across his work. I didn’t even know who to credit on my Instagram. This is in graffiti alley.

March 24 – 2017

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General Lee Mural

This car from the Tv show Dukes of Hazzard is on the side of a auto repair shop.

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Please Recycle Donut

June 4 2017

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Love Garage Door Garage Door

Luvsumone has painted a lot of garage doors in the last couple of years. This one says “love’ and I found it in a back alley near Harbord St.

June 12 – 2017

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Butterfly Laneway Garage Door Mural

This mural was apart of a project organized by Nick Sweetman. All the artists including Luvsumone painted their interpretation of butterflies.

June 19th

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Tiger Mural Collaboration

This tiger by Luvsumone is a collaboration between him and Javid Jah. Tigers seems to be an ongoing theme in his work.

July 17

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Pigeon Mural & Garage Door Art


These two pigeons by Luvsumone are in an alleyway near Bathurst & College St. I could never get a better picture of the larger one because that stuff was always in front.

Tiger Garage Door

This tiger is near the pigeon.

Javid Jah Collaboration Mural

Not sure how to describe this collaboration but it’s at the entrance to the alley where the previous murals are including the pigeons and the tiger.

Sept 15

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Tokens Art Installation

This was apart of Nuit Blanche and Luvsumone was painting live on the side of shipping container. He is on the far right in this video as they were posing for a group photo.

Oct 1st

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Blue Jay Mural

This blue jay garage door was apart of Wall Expressions 2017 organized by Brooke Somerleigh. This mural was already finished by the time I got there in 2017.

Oct 16

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Hashtag Gallery Art Show

This was as art show by Luvsumone x Javid Jah at Hashtag Gallery.

Information about the event:

“”Opening” is a series of aerosol paintings on corrugated shipping container siding that challenge audiences to enter/entertain their spiritual pathways. The corrugated Corten steel pieces are collected during the process of cutting open doors and windows in re-purposed shipping containers. The images depicted on these discarded pieces play with our perceptions of individual sacred space – meditative spatial manifestations originating from various spiritual traditions. The ambition is to awaken audiences to our ability to inspire tranquility and unity through the most improbable materials – spray paint and corrugated Corten steel.”

Feb 9

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Luvsumone Sticker Slap

I found that sticker he made of one of his murals on Spadina Ave.

May 17

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Ontario Place Art Demonstration

I saw Luvsumone again doing some live art at a youth street art program where he volunteers.

June 9th

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Feldstad Park Butterfly Garage Door

This is the butterfly that he painted for Nick Sweetman’s annual project. This one overlooks at park.

June 29th

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Face Garage Door

I saw this art by Luvsumone way in distance but I recognized his style immediately.

July 5

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Tiger & Lady Mural

This one is on wall in the middle of Kensington market. He did back in 2017 but I didn’t see this until last year.

July 12

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Work in Progress Mural

I posted this before and it’s tucked away in an alley in Parkdale.

Sept 22

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Unplug the System Garage Door Mural

I don’t know when this was done.. it’s apart of a group of garage doors in another back alley.

Dec 1

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Graffiti Alley Mural

I’ll end this post where I started. Back in graffiti alley. This looks like a self portrait.

Jan 14

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This blurb is also from the Patch Project:

Moises Frank (aka Luvsumone) is a Toronto based emerging artist human. A Toronto kid who grew up in Rexdale and studied art in the streets, under bridges, and abandoned buildings he hopes to bring colour to more neighbourhoods and inspire people on the street the way graffiti has inspired him from a young age. He loves pizza, painting and people, and is extremely passionate about education, hip hop, and community.


Painting, Aerosol

You can find out more about his on his Instagram. Because he has a lot more art than what I am posting here..

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