Thursday, April 1, 2010

PDP #199: The Great Fish of Gladstone Avenue

Immediately against the railway that marks out the boundary between West Queen West and Parkdale, along Gladstone Avenue where the Dufferin buses turn, there's a house with one wall given over to a mural of an inexplicably smiling fish. It's been there since 2007 at least, and it's awesome. It's a piece of color, of design of the sort that Toronto needs more of. It's character all on its own.

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  1. It's because there used to be a fish store there.

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