These doors are all in one alley.
It seems like a theme.
I like them all, a lot!
The one above is the only one that makes me dizzy. The piece below is the only one that is not a garage door.
Pics taken by Resa – October 29, 2018
The Artists: in order of appearance, mostly
54 thoughts on “Garage Door Geometrics”
Quite the collection. The whale and the bird are my favs.
They are lovely. TY, Frank!
They are very cool. My favorites are the first two
😀 I always start with a fave! 😀
Ah, so we have similar tastes….
Someone’s really into abstract! I like the wild wall seemingly running down the outside of a house (there’s a window) . That’s different! 🙂
Yeah, it’s a great alley, and I adore the wall shot, too! 😀 I found another alley today. I’m only about 150 posts behind… no problem! 🙃🥴
I’ve fallen behind in a number of projects. Look forward to the photo art!
Oh, PS. There is no such thing as falling behind in blogging. We are here, or not here. There are no rules, and no one can tell me differently!
No, there are no rules what so ever. 😉
How fabulous is THAT? What a wonderful collection in one place. I’d love to have one on my garage door.
All garage doors should be painted, with art! I found another alley today! There was a mouse in a mural. It’s so beautiful!!
Makes garage doors more tolerable.
Let art go wild on garage doors! I found a new alley today! Toronto street art is out of control. YAY!!!
Yeah! Glad you got to see it!
The first, and the second to the last!
Unique choices, just like you! x
I’ve not seen too much in the way of residential garage door art over here in England and I can only recall a few that I have shots of. Roller shutter door art however is very commonplace.
LUV roller shutter door art! Not much of that over here, but that is due to the fact that there are very few roller shutter doors here.
You should petition the Canadian Government and demand more roller shutter doors now!
Superbly done… I love those doors. Thank you for sharing, Resa 😊
TY, Francina! So glad you got to see these. 😊x
Ah, Bumba, I love when you pop by. It reminds me that if I pop by your place, I will hear some true music! -Resa
Well, keep popping by! I always find visiting your blog (s) (multiple blogs!) interesting too. Always discovering more with all your stuff.
Love them all. It’s cool how each artist has kept a similar spirit to make the alley become a theme.
The street artists in Toronto work together on all kinds of projects. Therein lies another beauty of their art. 😀
So true. Artistic collaboration is a fine thing indeed.
Amazing! I love the whale and the shark.
I like them, too! TY, for dropping by!
A great theme! Maybe the last garage door has caused me some eye/head trauma; but, apart from that this is a great theme.
Seriously, I would have a problem focusing on getting the car into the last garage – dizzy driving does damage! 🙂 🙂
I know, that last garage door makes me dizzy, too. I suppose it is meant to!
LOL! Someone parks there every day. 😀 😀 xoxo
Are these all lined up? What a wild idea!
That one makes me dizzy too!
So… one building, many doors? OR side-by-side buildings? Truly original
Side by side, as you go along the alley. It’s an entire laneway of garage doors. There’s other doors, but here I am highlighting the geometry doors.
So very cool indeed
More proper epic stuff right there. If I had a garage door, I’d do that to it. Maybe I’ll do something to someone else’s garage door this weekend. I’m sure they won’t mind.
I’d let you do my door! What would you paint on it?
Good job on the doors!
They made a fab post!
I like! Very much!
I can see why! ❦
A wonderful, woozy collection of geometric art!
Love the complete theme park. Must be great living in this area. Thank you for sharing, Resa. Best wishes, Michael
Toronto is like an outdoor art gallery. Every city should embrace lots of public art!