Hidden Toronto

Posted on June 3, 2014 in Blog, Hidden Toronto, Public Art

It could be the parkette where you stop and sit on a hot day, it could be the charming alleyway that you pass that makes you smile, your favourite walking path, the best graffiti… it could be anything. Little hidden gems that charm you, make you stop and really look or do a double-take are what makes a city yours.

Hidden Toronto Tuesdays will highlight some of these gems.

First up is a traffic signal box that has been painted at the corner of Queen and Sumach Streets in Corktown.

As part of an anti-graffiti effort nine utility boxes at select intersections around the city were re-imagined by artists last year. There is a list but it’s more fun if you look for them.

Powerbox painted Corktown

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