Inspired by the uniquely messy, commercial, offbeat look and feel of Toronto’s architecture, Toronto artist Erica Brisson’s Local Colour project is an ongoing series of over 50 delicate line drawings of Toronto landmarks on 5"x7" prints.
These sets feature highlights from the series with locations ranging from the universally-known CN Tower to idiosyncratic commercial signage. They are available as sets of 6 and are perfect for posting on your wall or sending to friends and loved ones as postcards.
Set 1 includes: the CN Tower, Scadding Court Community Centre, an Eglinton and Bathurst apartment block, a Cliffside, Scarborough retail strip, Honest Eds, and a classic downtown west end house.
Set 2 includes: a Chinatown signscape, a Kensington market alleyway, the Metro Theatre, a typical downtown west end facade, retail signage from Lawrence West and the Allen Road, and Dupont Subway Station.