Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

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Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This weekend is a long weekend in Canada, and instead of leaving the city like most people do, I decided to have a bit of a staycation in Toronto. Yesterday I explored the of the city, an area where I never get to since I live in the , and today I headed out to walk down , through and back home in the West End.

One of my missions of the day was to go take some photos in Graffiti Alley. Graffiti Alley is between Portland Street and Spadina Avenue , and is the mecca of street art in the city. Even though you can find street art everywhere you turn in Toronto, Graffiti Alley is definitely where you’ll see the most in one condensed area. You can walk down each alleyway and everywhere you look and turn you’ll find something new.

Here are some of the photos my friend and I took while exploring.

I also visited this mural at Bloor Street West and Shaw Street at Studio 835. This is a ways away from Graffiti Alley but still wanted to show you this awesome .

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

If you live in Toronto or are even just visiting, make sure to take some time to visit the street art. You can visit the above places I mentioned, or check out this great list from . The Tour Guys in Toronto also host free walking tours of the street art around Queen West area. Check them out

Love all these murals. So bright and colorful! I’ve been planning a staycation in Chicago for the 4th of July. Sometimes it pays off to pretend you’re touring around your own hometown, right?!

Totally! I’ve never even gone to Graffiti Alley and I almost walk right by it everyday!

This is amazing! I loved wandering around Graffiti Alley last month when I was visiting Toronto. I spent hours there, just admiring the incredible artwork and colours and taking so many photos. It looks like you had a fun weekend exploring your own backyard. Exploring locally can be just as fun as traveling to new places so I am glad you got to experience this!

Hey there! Just wanted to show my appreciation for including our studio’s mural on your list, even though it’s outside of Graffiti Alley! We’re the Make Good Collection at Bloor / Shaw, and if you’re ever in the hood, be sure to drop in for a handshake or two ????

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Hey Geoff! Thanks for popping by and no problem on the inclusion. I love the mural :).

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto, Twirl the Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

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Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

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Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This weekend is a long weekend in Canada, and instead of leaving the city like most people do, I decided to have a bit of a staycation in Toronto. Yesterday I explored the of the city, an area where I never get to since I live in the , and today I headed out to walk down , through and back home in the West End.

One of my missions of the day was to go take some photos in Graffiti Alley. Graffiti Alley is between Portland Street and Spadina Avenue , and is the mecca of street art in the city. Even though you can find street art everywhere you turn in Toronto, Graffiti Alley is definitely where you’ll see the most in one condensed area. You can walk down each alleyway and everywhere you look and turn you’ll find something new.

Here are some of the photos my friend and I took while exploring.

I also visited this mural at Bloor Street West and Shaw Street at Studio 835. This is a ways away from Graffiti Alley but still wanted to show you this awesome .

If you live in Toronto or are even just visiting, make sure to take some time to visit the street art. You can visit the above places I mentioned, or check out this great list from . The Tour Guys in Toronto also host free walking tours of the street art around Queen West area. Check them out

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Love all these murals. So bright and colorful! I’ve been planning a staycation in Chicago for the 4th of July. Sometimes it pays off to pretend you’re touring around your own hometown, right?!

Totally! I’ve never even gone to Graffiti Alley and I almost walk right by it everyday!

This is amazing! I loved wandering around Graffiti Alley last month when I was visiting Toronto. I spent hours there, just admiring the incredible artwork and colours and taking so many photos. It looks like you had a fun weekend exploring your own backyard. Exploring locally can be just as fun as traveling to new places so I am glad you got to experience this!

Hey there! Just wanted to show my appreciation for including our studio’s mural on your list, even though it’s outside of Graffiti Alley! We’re the Make Good Collection at Bloor / Shaw, and if you’re ever in the hood, be sure to drop in for a handshake or two ????

Hey Geoff! Thanks for popping by and no problem on the inclusion. I love the mural :).

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto, Twirl the Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

I'm a full-time marketing professional and part-time wanderer living in Toronto, Canada. I want to inspire people to get out there and see the world !

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Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Stay tuned for so much content coming your way. In the meantime, here's a little recap of some of my fav moments in this beautiful South American country: ow.ly/9Bb850p8QGK

© 2018 - Lauren Marinigh. All Rights Reserved.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This weekend is a long weekend in Canada, and instead of leaving the city like most people do, I decided to have a bit of a staycation in Toronto. Yesterday I explored the of the city, an area where I never get to since I live in the , and today I headed out to walk down , through and back home in the West End.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

One of my missions of the day was to go take some photos in Graffiti Alley. Graffiti Alley is between Portland Street and Spadina Avenue , and is the mecca of street art in the city. Even though you can find street art everywhere you turn in Toronto, Graffiti Alley is definitely where you’ll see the most in one condensed area. You can walk down each alleyway and everywhere you look and turn you’ll find something new.

Here are some of the photos my friend and I took while exploring.

I also visited this mural at Bloor Street West and Shaw Street at Studio 835. This is a ways away from Graffiti Alley but still wanted to show you this awesome .

If you live in Toronto or are even just visiting, make sure to take some time to visit the street art. You can visit the above places I mentioned, or check out this great list from . The Tour Guys in Toronto also host free walking tours of the street art around Queen West area. Check them out

Love all these murals. So bright and colorful! I’ve been planning a staycation in Chicago for the 4th of July. Sometimes it pays off to pretend you’re touring around your own hometown, right?!

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Totally! I’ve never even gone to Graffiti Alley and I almost walk right by it everyday!

This is amazing! I loved wandering around Graffiti Alley last month when I was visiting Toronto. I spent hours there, just admiring the incredible artwork and colours and taking so many photos. It looks like you had a fun weekend exploring your own backyard. Exploring locally can be just as fun as traveling to new places so I am glad you got to experience this!

Hey there! Just wanted to show my appreciation for including our studio’s mural on your list, even though it’s outside of Graffiti Alley! We’re the Make Good Collection at Bloor / Shaw, and if you’re ever in the hood, be sure to drop in for a handshake or two ????

Hey Geoff! Thanks for popping by and no problem on the inclusion. I love the mural :).

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto, Twirl the Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

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Stay tuned for so much content coming your way. In the meantime, here's a little recap of some of my fav moments in this beautiful South American country: ow.ly/9Bb850p8QGK

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

© 2018 - Lauren Marinigh. All Rights Reserved.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This weekend is a long weekend in Canada, and instead of leaving the city like most people do, I decided to have a bit of a staycation in Toronto. Yesterday I explored the of the city, an area where I never get to since I live in the , and today I headed out to walk down , through and back home in the West End.

One of my missions of the day was to go take some photos in Graffiti Alley. Graffiti Alley is between Portland Street and Spadina Avenue , and is the mecca of street art in the city. Even though you can find street art everywhere you turn in Toronto, Graffiti Alley is definitely where you’ll see the most in one condensed area. You can walk down each alleyway and everywhere you look and turn you’ll find something new.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Here are some of the photos my friend and I took while exploring.

I also visited this mural at Bloor Street West and Shaw Street at Studio 835. This is a ways away from Graffiti Alley but still wanted to show you this awesome .

If you live in Toronto or are even just visiting, make sure to take some time to visit the street art. You can visit the above places I mentioned, or check out this great list from . The Tour Guys in Toronto also host free walking tours of the street art around Queen West area. Check them out

Love all these murals. So bright and colorful! I’ve been planning a staycation in Chicago for the 4th of July. Sometimes it pays off to pretend you’re touring around your own hometown, right?!

Totally! I’ve never even gone to Graffiti Alley and I almost walk right by it everyday!

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This is amazing! I loved wandering around Graffiti Alley last month when I was visiting Toronto. I spent hours there, just admiring the incredible artwork and colours and taking so many photos. It looks like you had a fun weekend exploring your own backyard. Exploring locally can be just as fun as traveling to new places so I am glad you got to experience this!

Hey there! Just wanted to show my appreciation for including our studio’s mural on your list, even though it’s outside of Graffiti Alley! We’re the Make Good Collection at Bloor / Shaw, and if you’re ever in the hood, be sure to drop in for a handshake or two ????

Hey Geoff! Thanks for popping by and no problem on the inclusion. I love the mural :).

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto, Twirl the Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

I'm a full-time marketing professional and part-time wanderer living in Toronto, Canada. I want to inspire people to get out there and see the world !

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Stay tuned for so much content coming your way. In the meantime, here's a little recap of some of my fav moments in this beautiful South American country: ow.ly/9Bb850p8QGK

© 2018 - Lauren Marinigh. All Rights Reserved.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This weekend is a long weekend in Canada, and instead of leaving the city like most people do, I decided to have a bit of a staycation in Toronto. Yesterday I explored the of the city, an area where I never get to since I live in the , and today I headed out to walk down , through and back home in the West End.

One of my missions of the day was to go take some photos in Graffiti Alley. Graffiti Alley is between Portland Street and Spadina Avenue , and is the mecca of street art in the city. Even though you can find street art everywhere you turn in Toronto, Graffiti Alley is definitely where you’ll see the most in one condensed area. You can walk down each alleyway and everywhere you look and turn you’ll find something new.

Here are some of the photos my friend and I took while exploring.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

I also visited this mural at Bloor Street West and Shaw Street at Studio 835. This is a ways away from Graffiti Alley but still wanted to show you this awesome .

If you live in Toronto or are even just visiting, make sure to take some time to visit the street art. You can visit the above places I mentioned, or check out this great list from . The Tour Guys in Toronto also host free walking tours of the street art around Queen West area. Check them out

Love all these murals. So bright and colorful! I’ve been planning a staycation in Chicago for the 4th of July. Sometimes it pays off to pretend you’re touring around your own hometown, right?!

Totally! I’ve never even gone to Graffiti Alley and I almost walk right by it everyday!

This is amazing! I loved wandering around Graffiti Alley last month when I was visiting Toronto. I spent hours there, just admiring the incredible artwork and colours and taking so many photos. It looks like you had a fun weekend exploring your own backyard. Exploring locally can be just as fun as traveling to new places so I am glad you got to experience this!

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Hey there! Just wanted to show my appreciation for including our studio’s mural on your list, even though it’s outside of Graffiti Alley! We’re the Make Good Collection at Bloor / Shaw, and if you’re ever in the hood, be sure to drop in for a handshake or two ????

Hey Geoff! Thanks for popping by and no problem on the inclusion. I love the mural :).

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto, Twirl the Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto with Twirl The Globe

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

I'm a full-time marketing professional and part-time wanderer living in Toronto, Canada. I want to inspire people to get out there and see the world !

Leave this field empty if you're human:

Stay tuned for so much content coming your way. In the meantime, here's a little recap of some of my fav moments in this beautiful South American country: ow.ly/9Bb850p8QGK

© 2018 - Lauren Marinigh. All Rights Reserved.

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

This weekend is a long weekend in Canada, and instead of leaving the city like most people do, I decided to have a bit of a staycation in Toronto. Yesterday I explored the of the city, an area where I never get to since I live in the , and today I headed out to walk down , through and back home in the West End.

One of my missions of the day was to go take some photos in Graffiti Alley. Graffiti Alley is between Portland Street and Spadina Avenue , and is the mecca of street art in the city. Even though you can find street art everywhere you turn in Toronto, Graffiti Alley is definitely where you’ll see the most in one condensed area. You can walk down each alleyway and everywhere you look and turn you’ll find something new.

Here are some of the photos my friend and I took while exploring.

I also visited this mural at Bloor Street West and Shaw Street at Studio 835. This is a ways away from Graffiti Alley but still wanted to show you this awesome .

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto

If you live in Toronto or are even just visiting, make sure to take some time to visit the street art. You can visit the above places I mentioned, or check out this great list from . The Tour Guys in Toronto also host free walking tours of the street art around Queen West area. Check them out

Love all these murals. So bright and colorful! I’ve been planning a staycation in Chicago for the 4th of July. Sometimes it pays off to pretend you’re touring around your own hometown, right?!

Totally! I’ve never even gone to Graffiti Alley and I almost walk right by it everyday!

This is amazing! I loved wandering around Graffiti Alley last month when I was visiting Toronto. I spent hours there, just admiring the incredible artwork and colours and taking so many photos. It looks like you had a fun weekend exploring your own backyard. Exploring locally can be just as fun as traveling to new places so I am glad you got to experience this!

Hey there! Just wanted to show my appreciation for including our studio’s mural on your list, even though it’s outside of Graffiti Alley! We’re the Make Good Collection at Bloor / Shaw, and if you’re ever in the hood, be sure to drop in for a handshake or two ????

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