Check out stunning works from ‘Life on the Line’ during your daily commute
Every day, Toronto just gets prettier and prettier. The art scene in this city is simply unmatched, which is why we’re excited to tell you all about the latest. Beginning last Monday, you may have spotted some brand pieces during your daily commute. For the second year in a row, the TTC has been decorated with works from Life on the Line.
This stunning public art collection is serving as a mental health awareness campaign. It features 10 unique works, that you’ll find across 200 posters at 375 subway platforms. They’ll all be on display until January 16th, 2021, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled.
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If you spot one you’re particularly drawn to, you can even purchase the print for yourself. 50 of each design will be available for purchase on the TwentyTwentyArts website. 75% of these sales will be donated directly to the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Toronto program Family Outreach & Response. So you’ll be getting a gorgeous piece of art and supporting a great cause all in one.
To learn more about Life on the Line, you can head on over to the official website. Here you’ll find artists stories, highlights from previous years, and more.