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Toronto’s amazing street art in Graffiti Alley

Lisa Ghisolf
by Lisa Ghisolf on May 11, 2015
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Toronto is an amazing city, and I loved wandering Queen Street’s eclectic boutiques, cafes and restaurants. But the alleyways behind Queen, called “Graffiti Alley” or Rush Lane, offer up blocks of amazing street art on a scale I’ve not yet seen. It’s south of Queen Street West, between Spadina and Portland.

Though this certainly isn’t the only place to find graffiti in Toronto, it’s a can’t-miss, and I was one of at least a half dozen who toured the works, safely. Another visitor even pointed out a few works and talked about the artists—talk about an impromptu art walk!

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Lisa Ghisolf
Lisa Ghisolf
Founder of WorkTravelTech. Obsessed with exploring neighborhoods, cafes, and delicious experiences. Day (& night) job: Freelance designer & WordPress wrangler (Gizmo-Design.com) & blogger on Thriftista.com.

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