Queen West at Denison

Posted: October 30, 2019 in graffiti and street art
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There are two murals at Queen West and Denison.
On the northeast corner is a purple and black abstract painting by @onedaycreates and @mostlyletters (aka Jesse Watson). This replaces the green octopus that was painted here when the ground floor of the building housed the Hideout bar.

view from across the street, purple and black abstract street art mural on exterior of building at Queen West and Denison, old three storey brick building

purple and black abstract street art mural on exterior of building at Queen West and Denison

below: The back of the building

garbage bins, blue bins, in front of a purple wall with text street art and a painting of a young man with a can of spray paint

On the northwest corner is a mural of a path through birch trees in autumn that was painted by Jim Bravo. This replaces an older mural of a TTC streetcar (the one that included a woman pushing a stroller and a boy walking a dog).

mural by Jim Bravo of a path through a birch forest in autumn beside Brothers Convenience at Queen West and Denison

mural by Jim Bravo of a path through a birch forest in autumn

a tree in front of a building with painting of birch trees in autumn on it, including on the door and around the windows

Comments
  1. RedPat says:

    I always liked that streetcar but the trees look great there!

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