Tag: Pen & Ink
Corner of Lippincott Street, Toronto
South on College Street / West of Bathurst Street
On the left – a mom & pop owned thrift shop.
On the right – a church.
Old City Hall, Toronto
Old City Hall
60 Queen Street West & Bay Street
Coffee and sketching. Keeping warm in a Starbucks on a cold afternoon.
Markham Street, Toronto
596 Markham Street & Bloor Street
Old Victorian homes. Over the years they’ve been converted into boutique shops and art galleries – hence the horse sculpture in front.
581 Bloor Street West & Bathurst Street
Honest Ed’s bargain centre – famous for its cheap prices, free turkey giveaways during Christmas and crazy slogans like:
“Honest Ed’s a freak… but his prices ain’t so weird.”
Village By The Grange, Toronto
Village By The Grange – Foodcourt
53 McCaul Street
When I was a kid, my parents would take me here to eat. They kept me occupied with crayons and drawing.
As an adult, I still eat here. And I’m still kept occupied with drawing.