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The Cross Streets of Toronto

A neat art project showcasing the cross streets of Toronto

A very cool art project put together by rajgarage showcasing Toronto’s various districts. Each of these great pieces of art can be found on the TheRajGarage Etsy Page if you are interested in snagging a hard copy for yourself!

01 - Kensington Market - College and Augusta Street

Kensington Market – College and Augusta Street

02 - Honest Ed039s - Bloor and Bathurst Street

Honest Ed’s – Bloor and Bathurst Street

03 - Little Italy - College and Bathurst Street

Little Italy – College and Bathurst Street

04 - Brass Rail - Yonge and Bloor Street

Brass Rail – Yonge and Bloor Street

05 - High Park - Rocesvalles Ave and High Park Blvd

High Park – Rocesvalles Ave and High Park Blvd

06 - Bell Lightbox - King and John Street

Bell Lightbox – King and John Street

07 - Casa Loma - Spadina and Dupont Street

Casa Loma – Spadina and Dupont Street

08 - Rogers Centre - Front and Blue Jays Way

Rogers Centre – Front and Blue Jays Way

09 - Pride Town - Church and Wood Street

Pride Town – Church and Wood Street

10 - Etobicoke - Park Lawn Rd and Lakeshore Blvd

Etobicoke – Park Lawn Rd and Lakeshore Blvd

11 - Trinity Bellwoods Park - Queen and Crawford Street

Trinity Bellwoods Park – Queen and Crawford Street

12 - Bloodz vs Crips - Jane and Finch Street

Bloodz vs Crips – Jane and Finch Street

13 - Portugal Village - Dundas Street and Gladstone Ave

Portugal Village – Dundas Street and Gladstone Ave

Toronto street signs’ is a continuing art project that pays homage to the many street corners that are near and dear to countless Torontonians. This project features artistic representations of street signs that bring back fond memories of where you once lived, went to school, your first job or whatever gives you the warm fuzzies.



The Cross Streets of Toronto

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