Pastel Peace

My fave image from a very long mural.

However, let’s begin at the beginning, from left to right.

There’s more, but this is what I could get in 1 shot.

Too, bad! Only a few months old and already tagged.

Now, the rest of it!

Pics taken by Resa – March 11, 2018

Toronto, Canada

The Artists: 6 Artists did this peace together

The Magic Building

On a corner of “The Magic Building” (actual name over the door )

Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr
Artist: Elicsr

I hope you have enjoyed this wonderful piece done by the same artist that painted me!

Artist: Elicsr

Pics taken by Resa – March 19, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

I live across the street from The Magic Building, & get to look at it all day, every day!

Transcona

The name “Transcona” is an amalgam of Transcontinental and Strathcona.

Artist: Annie Bergen

Located in the center of the country, it was where Canada’s  second railway housed its maintenance shops, in order to service east and west.

Artist: Annie Bergen

It was built by the Grand Trunk Pacific and the National Transcontinental Railway. The project  began in 1908.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

Transcona became an official town in 1912.

Artist: Annie Bergen

Transcona became a suburb of Winnipeg in 1972.

Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen
Artist: Annie Bergen

Although not involved in the project, Lord Strathcona was heavily involved in building the first railway, the CPR. He drove the last spike into the rails in 1885.

Artist: Annie Bergen

Pics taken by Resa – October 26, 2016

Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Artist:

From Mexico City!

A friend sent me some graffiti pics from Mexico City!

Photo © Michael Sangregorio
Photo © Michael Sangregori
Photo © Michael Sangregorio
Photo © Michael Sangregorio
Photo © Michael Sangregorio

⭐️ THANK YOU MICHAEL ⭐️

Pics taken March, 2018

Mexico City, Mexico

Artists are unknown at this time.

Michael does not have a WP blog, but he and Fabio have a restaurant in Toronto. It’s called Local Kitchen and Wine Bar. Click on the logo and check it out. You’ll want to eat there!

Mini-Mural Magic in Little India

It’s old, crumbling and wonderful!

This mini-mural runs along a 2 foot high cement support for a wrought iron fence.

This tiger is the first image. All images are separated by wheels.

As it was ground level, & only 2 feet high, a lot of crouching and hunching was involved in capturing this.

I am presenting these images left to right in order, except for the opening peacock pic. Peacock was the perfect showy piece to open with.

Then, the mini-mural wrapped the corner with elephants.

Now the Peacock.

The lotus was the final image.

The very beginning and very end had these guards.

Pics Taken by Resa – March 11, 2018

Toronto, Canada

The Artist is unknown at this time.

This is the front end. I just could not do panos as I went along. My back was not happy with the crouching and hunching, nor were the Sunday strollers.