The Neighbourhood Portfolio

Honest Ed's Department Store, Bloor & Bathurst Streets, September 2013

The Beguiling Books & Art, Markham Street, March 2014

A Different Booklist, Bathurst Street, December 2014

Southern Accent Courtyard, Markham Street, July 2014

Lennox & Markham Streets Looking East, January 2015

Southern Accent Restaurant, Markham Street, August 2014

Art Zone, Markham Street, July 2014

Volume Records, Markham Street, June 2014

Vintage Bride & Dizegno, Markham Street, July 2014

Lennox & Markham Streets Looking West, July 2014

Gallery Gabor & Coal Miner's Daughter, Markham Street, July 2014

Ewe Knit, Markham Street, July 2014

The Beguiling Books & Art Window, Markham Street, July 2014

Josuha Kalfa, "Equs, Corton Steel, 2009", Markham Street, May 2014

Markham Street Looking South, October 2014

Markham Street Looking North, December 2014

Lapierre Bicycles, Markham Street, July 2014

Bathurst Street Looking West, June 2014

Kidstuff Toy Store, Bathurst Street, August 2014

Lennox & Bathurst Streets Looking West, April 2014

House on Lennox Street, April 2014

Honest Ed's Ally Looking North, August 2014

Murals, Honest Ed's Parking Lot, December 2014

Victory Cafe, Rearview, August 2014

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As Susan Crone aptly states in her essay “Of Form and Future” the buildings that make up Mirvish Village sit next to Honest Ed’s “like quiet cousins seated next to a loud uncle at a birthday party”. The galleries are full of unique art, the bookstores full of exciting plots, the restaurants offer culturally influenced menus, and the boutiques offer fashion with a nod to the past. In addition, unbeknownst to most pedestrians, the buildings hide a myriad of studios in the upper floors where wonderful art is made.

The images of the buildings are available as limited edition 8x10 or 5x7 inch hand-coated platinum prints, depending on negative size. Each print is individually signed and numbered by the artist. The edition is limited to 10 with 3 artist proofs. The first five prints are reserved for the Mirvish Village People: The Neighbourhood in Platinum Portfolio, which includes 20 hand-coated platinum prints and a preface by the artist all in a custom made portfolio case.

The images of the buildings are also available individually as limited edition ink-jet prints. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and the edition is limited to 10 with 3 artist proofs.

For details on pricing and availability please contact Charlotte Hale at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the artist directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..