Running east from Christie subway station behind the stores on Bloor West is an alley. There are a few murals there, either in the lane or visible from the lane. Below are pictures of five of them, although the last one is more graffiti than mural.
The largest of these murals is ‘Under the Radar’, or at least those are the words painted on the mural. It is on three sides of a building that backs onto the alley.
below: East side of the building
below: The back of the building
below: “Painting to the artist is like flight to the bird. Freedom”
below: West side of the building
below: White on black, a mural signed as @oskwong @release852 (2 photos)
below: The central portion – it looks like the devil and maybe an angel? Good vs evil?
below: This mural is signed, ‘the Loft’ which is an acronym for Life Opportunities Food and Technology, a program run by the Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre.
below: A bicycle riding alligator.
below: White fish bones contrast with a bright orange garage door.
below: It’s not very often I have to watch out for a Mercedes AND a Ferrari in the lane!