Thursday, September 22, 2011

More street art afoot at Spadina & Queen

If you liked the guest post on the street art of Rush Lane by Ionatan Waisgluss, we've got good news. There's even more street art activity afoot near the Spadina and Queen Hub, this time on the street itself. From the corner of Spadina and Queen, walk east on the north side of Queen St. and you'll find a random assortment of vivid imagery and establishment-challenging depictions, many of them by street artist Tyler Elijah Hallett. Below, enjoy our #TransitHubbing Adventure down this sidewalk gallery. Then see the art in person before it's all power-washed away...

To get to the Spadina and Queen Hub, take the Queen Streetcar west from Osgoode or Queen Station, or take the Spadina Streetcar south from Spadina Station or north from Union Station.

Walk east down the north side of Queen St., where the sidewalk gallery begins

Just in case you need to orient yourself...

Facebook... with a question mark. Makes us think: do we really need the ubiquitous social network?

Have a #TransitHubbing Adventure of your own that you'd like to share? We'd love to hear from you! Email us at and tell us about a Hub that you've visited (or one that you know like the back of your hand). What makes it interesting? What are some relatively-unknown places or things that TransitHubbers should check out? Send us your story, along with your photos, today!

Keep #TransitHubbing!


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