Toronto Through My Lens

Wilson Heights, Part 1: Wilson Station Exit to Wilson Avenue

This is a 3-part post focusing on some of the murals and artwork in the Wilson Heights area of the city.

First up are the Wilson subway station murals. These murals are located on Wilson Avenue under the Allen Road underpass, at the south exit of the Wilson subway station. There are 40 pillars of artwork, created by street artist Shalak Attack and her collaborator Bruno Smoky. The colour of the artwork certainly gives a lift to an otherwise drab, depressing part of the city.

North Side of Wilson Avenue

Crossing Wilson Avenue to shoot murals on the south side of the Allen Road underpass, I took this shot to highlight why a bit of colour is appreciated in this part of town

South Side of Wilson Avenue

Next post: Wilson Heights, Part 2: Wilson Station South Exit

1 Comment

  1. David

    I didn’t know about this. You are right though. This area needs some colour.

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