• Longboard Living – Painted Skateboard Art Show

    WLLNTTZ Magazine curated the second edition of the #PaintedSkateboardArtSale at Longboard Living. 12 artists were selected to paint directly on the Merka Boards Loonie deck with the theme, Play Time. This theme was translated both literally or simply through the process paint. Together this collection is a snapshot of talented emerging artists of Toronto. The collection launched on November

  • Free Art Friday Toronto – October 31, 2014

    Today we are hiding three pieces from Matt Paul. Location 1: Marlee & Roselawn bus shelter Matt Paul created this piece from reclaimed tiles, found toys and paint and stencils.   Location 2: Find this stencil at College & Spadina.   Location 3: This Matt Paul piece made of handmade figures, found objects, and stencil can

  • Continuous Metamorphosis : Erin Loree

    A butterfly transitions through 4 stages during its life. Each stage has a different goal. The egg strives to hatch and emerge. The caterpillar consumes in order to grow. During the chrysalis stage the pupa takes on a metallic golden quality while it transforms. As an adult, the butterfly spreads its wings and continues the

  • Free Art Friday Toronto – October 3, 2014

    Today’s Free Art Friday Toronto is brought to you by Cup O Joe, @cupojoebrand.   Location 1: Behind the Hide Out on Queen West. Find this brand new double lined coffee mug packed full of stickers.   Location 2: Dufferin Belt Line bridge, North of Eglinton West Trying something new. We’ve hung a sticker trading

  • A Benefit of Art

    On Thursday, October 9th, artists and art appreciators will fill 99 Sudbury in the creative spirit of benefiting those battling cancer. In 2010, Emma Tushinski, found herself spending countless hours every week the Odette Cancer Centre waiting area. Diagnosed with Acute Lyphoblastic Leukimia she would bide her idle time reading, napping and drawing until it

  • Chris Cann

    It was this painting that drew us in. The background was peach. The fragmented foreground of shapes, strokes and splatters suggestive of two bodies. The limbs though not fully seen were long and lean. The faces are fragmented and hidden by Venetian masks. There was an air of fashion illustration to this seductive and intriguing

  • Free Art Friday Toronto – September 5

    Find these See the Ghost, Rob Collinet pieces today for Free Art Friday Toronto. Be sure to check out his other pieces and curated show at Hashtag Gallery before the weekend is over.   Location 1: Find this re-purposed Coke Zero box note book at East of Parliament on the South side of Queen St. E. (hidden after