Colourful graffiti art by the Fashion district and close to Chinatown. Been there once in the summer & once during winter and it gives a very different vibe.
[Sights Raid] Graffiti Alley Graffiti Alley is located at the intersection of Queen's West Street and China Food Street Overseas Chinese town Badanna Road in the bustling area of Toronto City. The area designated as a municipality in 2011 is a vibrant street. The graffiti alley of art and public fresco culture, where the famous masters Duro the Third, Uber 5000 and Elicser play their art works, when they enter the alley, they feel the color of the left and right frescoes are reflected in the eye, like God overturned the palette, the color is gorgeous, there are many different themes in the alley such as: Toronto tourist attractions, characters, marine life, animals, cartoons and cartoon characters, etc., the expression is vivid and cute. It is the most suitable for photography. The highlight and feature attracts many citizens and tourists to come and punch in and enjoy a visual feast, it is a very good popular tourist destination. Recommended and shared. Details: 443 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON.M5V 2B1 Traffic Guide: Public Transport or Self-Driving Open Time: Open Ticket Price All Day: Free
Come to Toronto and experience this vibrant and multicultural city. Graffiti Alley Graffiti Street on Queen Street has become a place for Internet celebrities to check in. The colorful, free and casual graffiti attracts many younger brothers and sisters, and they are very popular on ins. Every once in a while, old works will be replaced by new ones to maintain competition and constantly increase the freshness. The funhouse just opened, the locals are in droves. There are dozens of creative works of trendy artists gathered here. They are novel and interesting, but also a little exciting. Scan through a special mobile app, and the plain flat images can be moved and seen completely. A different world.
Graffiti Alley has a very dazzling street in Toronto. Few Chinese people know this graffiti street. I spent more than an hour shooting here and basically all foreigners are checking in. And even the relevant information on the Internet is very small, I found it after searching the map for a long time. However, it is very suitable for street shooting. It is said that every graffiti wall is the work of an artist and has its own special theme. In addition, the effect of the film here is also very good and it is worth a visit.