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Friday, June 6, 2008
Dan Bergeron goes big in Regent Park
Dan Bergeron of Fauxreel Studios has been a massive presence in the Toronto street art scene for a while, and he's lent his talents to StreetScape's Living Space @ Regent Park project to brilliant effect.  His giant wheatpased poster portraits of Regent Park residents are going up right and left, putting a human face on the architecture of Canada's oldest social housing project.  This is just a small taste of what's to come when Living Space @ Regent Park opens (June 13-15--mark your calendars!), but already the most prominent street art blog in the world, Wooster Collective, has taken notice.

Check out the first few....


Cody (the poster and the young man himself):

Fathima:

Windy:

Inez, in progress (Dan is the man in green):


Beautiful as these photos are, they hardly do the work justice--you must go check these out for yourself.  For more information about hours, locations, and other StreetScape projects, head on over to StreetScape's main page.
posted by Luminato, Toronto Festival of Arts & Creativity @ 7:18 AM  
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