Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Chalk Chick Street Art

Several chalk artists work outside the #Toronto Eaton Centre, leaving their concrete canvas to quickly fade away after their work has been completed and donations received. This one is by the Chalk Chick and sits near the Yonge and Dundas Street intersection.
She leaves a painted greeting with a request for donations "Hello, Toronto! I'm the Chalk Chick and I'm here today to share my art with you and to bring a smile to your face. So if you enjoy what I do, please reach into your pockets and donate your loonines and toonies - and if you don't like it, well then, just reach into the pockets of the person beside you an donate their money instead. tehe! The Chalk Chick"
The face and body of this lady looks amazing but there is this Seinfeld thing going on with the man-hand.

See more of her work featuring the famous Afghan girl from National Geographic after the jump.

Here is Chalk Chick starting another piece of art

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