Eagerly watching out her Queen West office window as graffiti artists work away at the notoriously vandalized sound barrier, Noa Knows The Reclamation Project deserves the spotlight. At the request of Metrolinx, nearby property developers, and community, a team of Canadian artists and community arts workers have been assembled to organize and coordinate this monumental located at Queen West and Dufferin alongside the Metrolinx rail tracks, making it Canada’s largest graffiti mural!
The mural incorporates artists of different styles, community volunteers and local arts organizations in efforts to create a historical installation that represents and preserves Toronto’s street art scene in its current state.
Exemplifying Toronto’s love for street art, The Reclamation Project proves just how important City funded arts projects are to our local communities. So, the next time you’re walking by the Gladstone, make sure you check out the mural happenings and give TO some props for helping Canada’s largest graffiti mural exist–we’re going to need to show diligent support if we want to see any more projects like this in the future.