Uber5000 is almost finished a new mural in Graffiti Alley!


below: Large hockey playing yellow birdies.  One male and one female by the looks of it.

two large yellow uber5000 birdies with hockey sticks and old fashioned hockey helmets. One is wearing white skates and the other is wearing black skates. mural in graffiti alley

uber5000 mural in the process of being painted in graffiti alley

below: The mural is loosely based on Nathan Phillips Square in the winter time.   See that Toronto sign?  It has been painted with glow in the dark paint.  Apparently, UV lights are going to be installed to illuminate the sign at night.  Something to check out in the near future!

most of a new mural by uber5000 in Graffiti Alley based on winter activities at Nathan Phillips Square

part of a winter themed uber5000 mural, yellow birdie about to drive a zamboni out of its garage, other yellow birdies looking on, a birdie that looks like a cracked egg.

mural, painted, large blue cat with large head sitting beside an ice rink, with a little blue round character beside him who is wearing red ear muffs

below: That’s one cool tree!

right hand side of a large mural by uber5000 in Graffiti alley, with shop window in the picture.  Theme of the mural is skating at Nathan Phillips square in toronto.  little yellow birdies, a green frog is puttin on skates as is a donut with white frosting and a few sprinkles

With thanks to Joanne (of  My Life Lived Full blog ) for walking with me today!  You were a great excuse to walk Graffiti Alley again…. and yes, there is always something new to discover!

  1. Joanne Sisco says:

    It was a delight to walk with you, and experience Graffiti Alley for the first time. Meeting the artist at work was a bonus!

    You have such a great eye for detail. I had not drawn the connection with Nathan Phillips Square … quite frankly I was a little preoccupied with the raccoon on the top of the Toronto sign.
    Nor had I noticed the donut with the sprinkles before.

  2. L Myers says:

    Can’t wait to go for a fresh look at the Alley, thanks for sharing. I’m a fellow rambler (westwalking.wordpress.com) and didn’t realize that you two (whose posts I read and enjoy thoroughly!) knew each other. How great! Happy walking!
    Keep on exploring! Lori

  3. icelandpenny says:

    …and a salute to the Olympics, to boot

  4. […] I finally visited Graffiti Alley myself for the first time a couple of weeks ago when I met fellow blogger, Mary, from As I Walk Toronto. […]

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