As part of the #DestinationDanforth project, our BIA welcomed 3 new murals on outdoor Bell service boxes. The first traffic box at Danforth and Pape was painted by Dina Belaia – a GreekTown resident. A second painted traffic box at Danforth and Woodycrest was painted by local Toronto artist Ghazaleh Rastgar. The third traffic box at Danforth and Jones was painted by Kirsten McCrea.

A big thank you to StreetARToronto & Bell Box Murals Project for helping to bring more beautiful art to the #DestinationDanforth project and to GreekTown on the Danforth via these new murals on outdoor Bell service boxes.

Muralist: Dina Belaia
Mural Address: Danforth and Pape
Artist Instagram: @dina_belaia_artist
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Muralist: Ghazaleh Rastgar
Mural Address: Danforth and Woodycrest
Artist Instagram: @ghazaraza
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Muralist: Kirsten McCrea
Mural Address: Danforth and Jones
Artist Instagram: @hello.kirsten
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These murals were completed as part of the #DestinationDanforth project. #DestinationDanforth launched as a pilot in mid-July, with a focus on Danforth Avenue between Broadview Avenue and Dawes Road. Following the extensive 2016 Danforth Study, #DestinationDanforth set out to support local businesses, provide safe walking and cycling infrastructure, provide adequate room for physical distancing, all while beautifying the street amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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