Posts Tagged ‘Movember’

First, the four men……

Painted on a wall at the NE corner of  Dundas West and Beatrice is this Movember mural by Elicser.
It has been there since 2013.

 

Movember mural on the side of a two storey brick house.  On the left is a man, standing, shirtless with just the top of his jeans showing.  He is tattoed.  Beside him is just the upper part of another man's face, from the large moustache to the top of head with thinning hair.  To the right are two small men's heads, both with moustaches, painted on a wooden fence behind the house. .

Just to the east of that mural is a painting by birdo

large painting by street artist birdo on the side of a brown clapboard building.   The painting is of the head of a red and blue striped creature with orange horns and lime green ears and nose.

A short walk around Dupont and Spadina.

At an intersection, looking across the street to a glass dome like structure that is a subway station entrance.  Beside it is a building with a tag that says Uh Oh

The northwest corner of Dupont and Spadina and the weirdness that is the subway entrance.

 

Movember mural

looking across the street to a mural to commemorate Movember.  Two large men's faces, both sporting moustaches beside the word Movember written in cursive.

On the northeast corner.  Mural by Elicser

 

The men’s faces up close.

close up of mural, showing man's face with furrowed brow and black moustache.

close up of mural, showing man's face including white eyes and a green moustache.

There are also a few brightly painted garages near the intersection.

A wood picnic table is in front of a street art mural on the side of a garage door

street art mural on the side of a garage door, multicoloured shapes and lines with the words 'escape reality' written in the top right corner

A van and car parked in front of a street art mural of a face in blue, yellow and red that is surrounded with stylized food, especially candy and popcorn.  The neck is an iconic red and white striped popcorn container.  The picture is reflected in the windows of the van.

literally, pizza face, by Tim Skynz

street art mural of a face in blue, yellow and red that is surrounded with stylized food, especially candy and popcorn.  The neck is an iconic red and white striped popcorn container.  viewed from the side on quite an angle

a multicoloured tiger's face painted on a garage door

(photo from 2012) This painting is still on a garage door on Dupont. I was going to re-take the photo today but there was a vehicle parked too close to it. Painted by Studio 32, Jose Gabriel.