Mr. Cinzah & Bruno Smoky Murals captured in November in downtown Toronto. Both artists have worked on Sea Wall artivism project with aerosol graffiti
Mr. Cinzah Fish Mural
I’ve been scoping this 🐟 mural by @mrcinzah that was done back in the summer for months now.. Its behind a gated fence.. and I think it’s on private property.. The gate was finally open 🔓 yesterday.
So I zoomed in and snapped a few 📷… It’s another artwork that is just too large to be captured in this narrow space.. It’s really one ‘best seen in person ‘.. (Which unfortunately is mostly through a locked 🔒 fence..) It’s apart of the @loveletterprojects
Project by @pangeaseed to create awareness about the world’s water 💦.. There are a few of these Art-ivism murals around the city by different artists because Toronto is on Lake Ontario – one of the Great Lakes and they are a huge source of fresh water .. You can go to @seawalls_ learn about “Artists For Oceans” 🐡🐠🐡🐟🐠🐡🐟🐠🐡
Toronto Graffiti Artwork Found at this Location
Bruno Smoky Northern Lights Mural
I messed up yesterday.. @brunosmoky told me the day before that he was going to be working on a “shelter ” mural at this location .
Silly me – I went to the mall first and I seemed to be in line forever.(everyone is 🎄 😜) .. .
Sadly, I got here just after he was finished .. I really would have loved to watch him working on this.. It’s in the front of @loftkitchen and LOFT stands for Life Opportunities Food & Technology.. “transforming the lives of Toronto Youth by providing a path to self sufficiency through food service-based training
To me this looks like the Northern Lights over a forest.. And you can see his sky lift is still there from yesterday (and his signature is in the bottom left).. He does a lot of nature based art 🎨 work.. Along with @shalalattack and when they work together as