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A collection of outdoor murals found throughout London, Ontario. By designing something that didn't previously exist, outdoor murals create vibrant neighbourhoods and a true sense of community that people want to visit, live in and take care of. They generate important conversations, challenge thoughts and encourage viewers to slow down and admire the surroundings.
Click on the murals below and learn more about these incredible pieces and the artists who created them. We welcome (and encourage) everyone to get out and explore - be sure to stop by the murals, take a few photos, tag us @tourismlondon and share them using #ExploreLdnOnt.
Completed in the fall of 2020, a series of murals in the downtown core are bringing blank canvases to life and giving inspiration at a much-needed time. Painted as a part of the theme 'Forest City Playground', Market Lane is now home to four stunning works of art by three talented artists.
Completed in the fall of 2020, the bold colours incorporated into the new mural on the side of Hamilton Road's Neighbourhood Laundromat Café is catching the eyes of all who pass by. Painted as a part of the theme 'Forest City Playground', this vibrant piece by two talented artists embodies a true community spirit and encourages all to get out and explore.
Completed in 2017, two artist-coordinators and many volunteers installed an estimated 18,000 pieces of tile on the east exterior wall of London Clay Art Centre (LCAC) located at 664 Dundas Street.
A project that was entered into the City of London's Neighbourhood Decision Making program by the London Clay Art Centre and supported by the Old East Village Business Improvement Area, the two eye catching Wayfinding Mosaics bring a unique element to the area and highlight the importance and value of public art to the vibrancy of communities.
LCAC's volunteer leadership team collaborated with the Old East Village Business Improvement Area (OEV BIA) to conceive the idea of covering the concrete gateways with mosaic tiles. The City of London provided funds to help hire artists who coordinated and completed the work on four concrete gateway structures.
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