Monday, September 30, 2019

A Dragon In The 'Hood

While walking to Little Italy for brunch I spotted this great mural on the wall of a building on Bloor St W in Koreatown. I love that great dragon and his placement on a streetscape. The artists for this one are Allan Render, John Nobrega, and Stacy Kinder. You will have to pardon the garbage bins which seem to be a blight in so many areas.
Taking part in Monday Murals. Click HERE to see more murals from around the world.   

23 comments:

Lea said...

Wow! That is wonderful!
Have a great week!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh it's a beauty Pat.. not even the bins can detract from it's fabulousness ­čśŐ

Tom said...

...perfect for Koreatown!

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Cooooll!

Sharon said...

That's a beautiful mural and perfect for it's location.

21 Wits said...

This is incredible and just this weekend the King at our Minnesota Renaissance told us that all dragons are good!

Sami said...

Wow, what a dragon! Beautiful mural Pat, thanks for contributing.

Jenn said...

That is a super cool mural!!

Karl said...

It's perfect for it's location, Pat !

Black Knight said...

A very beautiful dragon!

Andy said...

The early bird gets the dragon. I had plans to photograph this great looking mural.

bill burke said...

A great mural, love the big bad dragon.

William Kendall said...

It's very well done.

Taken For Granted said...

What an excellent Chinese style dragon in that mural. In China the dragon is a symbol for good and positive things, but is feared in Europe.

Michelle said...

LOVE that dragon! My school's mascot :)

Jackie McGuinness said...

I saw this last week!

Kay said...

That's an amazing mural. (There's even a tiny cloud above the upper corner of the building that might pass for a puff of smoke.) I love it.

dee Nambiar said...

Superb find.

Linda said...

Marvelous mural!

Cloudia said...

Dig that dragon!

s.c said...

Beautiful but a bit grimm mural.

Revrunner said...

I think that dragon is just about to dispatch those eyesores. :-)

Laura. M said...

Fantástico!!!
Un abrazo.