Borden Street becomes an alley south of College Street. It runs along the east side of Kensington Community School, then makes a turn and runs part way along the south side of the school. All of the garage doors have been painted with pictures and murals.
below: The most northerly garage door has a sign that indicates that the murals were a gift to the children of Kensington Community School from the Kensington Market Action Committee. They were painted by a number of different artists.
below: Hey and Hello, by J. Stanton
below: A painting by lexr in 2012, Hey Markusiel.
The sign on the gate refers to the Yinka Dene Alliance, a coalition of six First Nations groups from northern British Columbia who organized to stop the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline being built through their territory.
below: Street art piece by Cam Novak
below: Max and the Wild Things by ACS Murals (Annex Creative Services Murals)
below: Another ACS mural
below: The next four pictures are from a mural that covers a couple of garages. From left to right.