A Walk on the Wild Side

43 Toronto street artists came together to paint the underpass on Bloor at Dufferin.

Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1

It is a very, very long underpass, & the art is on both sides. It is magnificent!

Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1

This will be at least a 12 part post, so I will publish guest posts & a couple of book reviews in between.

Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1

Might as well start at the beginning. Here’s Cruz1!

Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1

I would not be surprised to find out Cruz1 organized this art fest.

Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1
Artist: Cruz1

Pics taken by Resa, June 21 , 2015

Toronto, Canada

1DU #7
I counted 43 names here!

21 thoughts on “A Walk on the Wild Side

      1. Once is not custom, I owe you an explanation for my choice. Indeed Cubism was born in the period of the First World War and then also because the first graf, the finger pointing to the skull, as some propaganda posters, I need you to die …! !!

    1. Agree!!! I’m still posting the pieces. I’m almost finished side 1! LOL I’m putting Guest Submissions in between every so often, so as not to bore everyone.

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