Bacon has been painting Toronto’s streets and alleys since the 90s. His deconstructed and boundary-breaking techniques have earned him international recognition, blending realism with mature colour palettes and a hint of traditional graffiti stylings.
Originally focused on lettering and Wildstyle, ASTRO’s developed his technique into abstract work by mixing curves, calligraphy and dynamic shapes. He’s created his own signature world by exploiting shadows and light, the strength of color, and depth perspective.
Boris Biberdžić is a muralist and illustrator hailing from ex-Yugoslavia, currently living in Montreal. His street art background, coupled with a graphic design degree from UQAM, has led him to develop a bold, colourful style focusing on storytelling and metaphor.
birdO is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist. His geometric wildlife pieces can be found around the world, and his approach focuses on awareness of the surface and studious preparation with regard to local culture and surroundings.
Growing up deaf has made CONZ truly appreciative of the world around us. After discovering graffiti in 1992, he’s gone on to create paintings in São Paulo, Japan, Mexico, the Philippines and many more places around the world.
Cassie Suche and Rhys Farrell are contemporary Calgarian artists whose abstract and illusory works have spread across the globe. Joining forces for the first time, their signature styles thrive in both their similarities and differences.
Elicser Elliott has been an integral part of Toronto’s street art community for over a decade. He grew up on the West Indian island of St. Vincent, and his culturally- and politically-charged works have been featured in prominent publications, galleries, and museums.
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Emily Beaudoin has always been irresistibly drawn to the mountains for their complexity, colours, abundance of life and beauty. She spends her time hiking, skiing, biking, and paddling into the backcountry in order to paint her experiences.
Emmanuel Jarus is a Canadian-born artist and muralist inspired by the visual human experience. His contemporary and figurative work reimagines how art can exist in public spaces and has received international recognition.
Meet Gladzy Kei, Von Zuniga, and Allan Brent Rosales – three multitalented artists with broad-ranging backgrounds united by culturally-rich and thoughtful art.
Born and raised in Alberta, Harneet Kaur Chahal, Ravina Kaur Toor, and Zoe Harveen Kaur Sihota are three local artists who are uniting their unique styles to create an important public art mural in Calgary.
John F. Ross is a Canadian painter creating contemporary works charged with personal and sociopolitical narratives. He’s been exhibiting since 2006 in Ontario and Alberta, and his work can be found in private collections across Canada and Europe.
Kamâmak and bb iskwew are two Indigenous artists joining forces to create art that fosters community connections and healthy relationships with the land, Indigenous culture, our past, and our future.
KERZEKA is Tiziano and Desiree: a dynamic Italian-Canadian duo blending historical inspirations, traditional graffiti flavors, and abstract realism. Together, they bring a passion for muralism, community connection, and spreading the spirit of art.
Born in Toronto, KWEST has been developing his unique lettering style for over twenty years. His huge-scale pieces, paired with his unique blend of sculpture and graffiti, have cemented him as one of Canada’s best and brightest urban artists.
Moe Dawg is a Vancouver-based artist born in Calgary. He has been working on and off as an artist for over a decade and has painted all over Canada, Europe, and some parts of the United States.
“Nathan Patrick Meguinis is my name, but I am also known as Buffalo Boy, Traveling Rock, and Kind Hearted Man. My art, murals, animations and illustrations are a unique contemporary stylization; a mix of abstraction, and realism that tells stories, historical events or philosophy.”
CanLearn Building (August 2021)
cSpace King Edward (October 2021)
Sarah Houle-Lowry is an award-winning Métis multidisciplinary artist and performer. Her work has been screened and exhibited nationally, and her band Ghostkeeper has even performed alongside the legendary Buffy St. Marie!
Aerosol artist Stare’s audacious and electrifying style has literally marked the face of his native Montreal and beyond. His ever-evolving approaches to urban art amplify his chosen canvases while retaining the essence of their identity.
Tiffany is a multidisciplinary artist with a performance art background. She’s a former Disney On Ice professional figure skater, and draws inspiration from exploring design, pattern, architecture and the geometry of movement.
Kathryn E Pearce is a visual artist and principal of MAUD Collective. She is interested in themes surrounding community development, culture building, and experience. She holds a Master’s of Architecture from the University of Calgary and a Bachelor’s of Interior Design from MRU.