LOFT Graffiti Arts
To apply to be part of this year's graffiti mural team, click here
Above: HipHopSince82. LOFT Sound Studio Edition. Logan, Javid. 2009. Acrylic Latex on Masonite. 60" x 42".
$450. Proceeds go to artists and to support LOFT programming.
The LOFT is home to one of the longest Graffiti Arts programs in the (416).
Logan Miller, Grafix Leader
Viviana Astudillo, Mentor Artist
Brandon Ing, Visual Artist
Elijah, Visual Artist
Roberto Tello, Mentor Artist
Currently, artists of various genres and techniques, graf or otherwise, are collaborating to make LOFT-inspired art in and around the Bloorcourt Village, West End Toronto:
LOFT Entrance Mural. 854 Bloor St West. Pure Volunteerism. 2009.
Peter Tosh. LOFT Jam II Live Painting. Viviana Astudillo, Logan Miller. 2009. Acrlic on canvas. SOLD
Original LOFT Tshirt. UNDA the RADAR Clothing Inc. 2009. Silkscreened at LOFT. $10 M and W sizes available.
CONNECT the DOT. Dufferin Mall May 30, 2009. 12-6pm.
LOFT Jam III eflyer. Youth Week 2009 Edition.
Graf Heros at CONC/LOFT
Above: 2005 piece, featuring Greenspots. Landsdowne and Bloor.
For over a decade CONC has been a pioneer in the city of Toronto empowering young graffiti artists through community murals on the streets of the Bloorcourt Village. Renowned artists and writers such as Jafar, Danillo, Cortez and Globe have worked through the Graffiti Arts program in past years.
The program is dedicated to dispelling negative myths about street art, providing legal and safe opportunities for young up-and-coming artists, and beautifying vandalized walls in the community.