Sunday, August 07, 2011

Creativity in Kensington Market

The wilds of Kensington Market beckon people into one of the must see neighbourhoods of Toronto. The small area of only a few streets always seems untamed, full of life and art. Street cafes and patios mingle with studios and fruit and vegetable markets.
Orbital Arts
Graffiti and bright colours fill most of the walls and alleys and on the warm summer day I found an ice cream truck by Bellevue Square Park (which was full of water - the first time that I have seen it like that).
The famous car micro-park installation, known as the community vehicular reclamation project, continues to grow as it sits along the curb.

See more pictures of Kensington Market after the jump.

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