I don’t often re-blog a post, but I’d like to make an exception with Mary’s post about butterfly doors.
Mary is a Toronto blogger and her view of our city is always a bit different and definitely interesting.
This post about a neighbourhood that recently painted their garage doors with murals of a butterfly theme is clearly one of those posts that’s both different and interesting.
Since today is Thursday Doors, it seemed like a perfect time to profile Mary and her blog. I hope you enjoy.
Garrison Creek park is a small strip of green between the railway tracks an alley of garages. Many of the garage doors were painted last weekend with murals all on the theme of butterflies. There are about 30 paintings and they are the work of a number of different street artists. The project was curated by Nick Sweetman and it is part of the David Suzuki Foundation’s Butterflyway project; StreetARToronto was also involved.
If you don’t like pictures of butterfly murals, I suggest that you skip this post because I’m sharing photos of a lot of the garage doors! In no particular order here they are:
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