Inspire

Inspire is a celebration of local contemporary culture, art, and community connection. Drawing from a deep creative resource in Toronto and Canada, the program unveils art interventions, cultural showcase, and authentic community engagement. Its aim is to unlock the potential for new, ever-evolving urban space as a hub of artistic expression, social exchange and muse for positive change.

Brewery Patio

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Offering an immersive viewing platform that invites curiosity; to pause, watch + listen in to the sounds of travel + movement of people + goods on one of Canada’s busiest transportation hubs. Commissioned by Public Space Incubator, designed by DeRail

North Hall

Alfalfa

Alfalfa

Visiting Toronto from Uruguay, painter Alfalfa leaves us a memento of his visit on-site. His abeja humana can be found along the STEPS Initiative curated wall.

COMMUNITY LANE

All New Maxwell House Coffee Pods

All New Maxwell House Coffee Pods

Composting is a natural process that turns waste into nutrient rich food for plants. Check out our new 100% compostable Maxwell House pods as they turn back into soil over the coming weeks. It’s the coffee you love, in a pod that leaves zero waste.

Courtyard 2

Anser Mysterious Date

Anser Mysterious Date

Anser's Mysterious Date is a project born 2007 in Toronto to merge street art with traditional graffiti. Anser’s signature “The Face” engages ignored spaces with a familiar image found around the world.

ATM @ Tecumseth

Bacon

Bacon

Bacon is a local Toronto artist beautifying cityscapes with a combination of flora and fauna, portraits, and historical references. Bringing colour to otherwise drab pockets of the city.

The Pavilion

Bareket Kwezar

Bareket Kwezar

Brave, bold and colourful Bareket Kezwer paints one of the first series of outdoor container works. Come see her bright mural onsite now.

Site Wide

Bowery Project

Bowery Project

Bowery Project is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to create opportunities for urban agriculture through the temporary use of vacant lots. Bowery Project designs, builds and manages mobile urban farms in downtown Toronto.

WEST LAWN

Emergence from Emergency

Emergence from Emergency

“Emergence from Emergency" is a series of poetic installations tackling today's most pressing issues. Black Realities is an interactive journey of storytelling, vulnerability + truths around the black experience.

North Hall

FATS Patrol

FATS Patrol

Fats (Fathima) is an Indian-Canadian artist born and raised in the Middle East. Her mural can be found along the STEPS Initiative curated wall.

Site-Wide

Jaime McCuaig + Graham Teeple

Jaime McCuaig + Graham Teeple

Jaime and Graham have joined stackt’s greenscaping team. You can spot their four season barrel planters and occasional flower bombs placed around the site.

Community Lane

Jarus

Jarus

Toronto Based contemporary muralist has left his mark at stackt! This Toronto icon can be found looking north on Bathurst.

Courtyard 1

Maser

Maser

Irish-born and U.S.-based artist, Maser, started painting graffiti on the streets of Dublin in the 90’s. His unique abstract style goes from murals to canvas to video and large-scale 3-D installations.

Tecumseth Entrance

Mort

Mort

Mort is a Montreal based artist, his imagery is of popular culture + fashion but also of “underground” counter-cultures + Renaissance paintings.

Overpass

Ness Lee

Ness Lee

Ness Lee is a Toronto based illustrator, painter and ceramicist. Come see her beautiful mural that was painted for MURAL Block Party.

Community Lane

Olivier Bonnard

Olivier Bonnard

Painting with @loveletterprojects for positive change in fresh water protection, Olivier created vivid imagery of threats currently facing our beloved Lake Ontario.

ATM @ Parking Lot

Peru

Peru

Peru is a muralist and graphic artist whose practice is informed by digital and traditional art forms. He is also a proponent of the ‘Graffuturism’ movement.

Community Lane

Pocket Park

Pocket Park

Finding green space you can feel at home in is hard to do in the city, we believe that no matter who you are, where you’re from, or where you’re going, you deserve to live well. Changing with the seasons, come feel at home. Brought to you by Minto.

Community Lane

Pollinator Garden

Pollinator Garden

Pollinators play a vital role in our ecosystem. By feeding on pollen + nectar, they transfer pollen grains to help plants reproduce. The Pollinator Garden offers a moment to educate + inspire. Brought to you by GFL in partnership with Bowery Project.

Community Lane

Que Rock

Que Rock

Q Rock or Que Rock is an Anishinaabe rapper, b-boy and graffiti artist from Nipissing First Nation. Created in collaboration with Surface Art.

Past

The Foyer

Broadbent Sisters

Broadbent Sisters

As part of The Miniature Collection, this mystical landscape in Broadbent Sisters’ scenes invites you into a frozen world of magic-hour and moonlight.

The Foyer

Chris Foster

Chris Foster

As part of The Miniature Collection, the quiet winter atmospheres in Chris Foster’s scenes bring the viewer to a place of peace and retreat.

4-101

Concord

Concord

As part of the 2020 DesignTO Festival, Concord Custom Lighting is releasing a new + original line of custom lights, titled ‘Septa’. Septa is a series of modular, jewelry-like pieces that can be interconnected and styled into various forms.

Front Entrance

Elicser

Elicser

Elicser is Montreal born, Toronto based graffiti artist. Find his mural “Neil Diamond” on one of our containers and prints in the work / shop.

South Lawn

Hygienic Dress League

Hygienic Dress League

Detroit art duo Hygienic Dress League bring surreal augmentations of reality "sci-fi dystopian glamour" with an environmental message to TO. Cracked Earth will be on view on the South Lawn until Oct. 30th

The Foyer

Jasmine Cardenas

Jasmine Cardenas

As part of The Miniature Collection, using entirely paper, Jasmine Cardenas creates an airy, blissful feeling in the imagined winter scenes.

Community Lane

Jason Botkin

Jason Botkin

With vivid and socially conscious works, Jason worked over three weeks at stackt creating a legacy project, A Love Letter to Lake Ontario. He engaged local poets, a large scale mural and the element of surprise to the piece.

Walkway to Community Lane

Jonathan Tyrrell

Jonathan Tyrrell

Jonathan Tyrrell is a musician, media artist, designer + educator in Toronto. His sound-based artworks are a collection of recordings along Lake Ontario + a doorbell activated Loon call. Jon + Duncan collaborated for Sounding Bodies for Nuit Blanche

The Foyer

Julia Hepburn

Julia Hepburn

As part of The Miniature Collection, inspired by children’s Christmas books, Julia Helpburn's dioramas explore the themes of sharing and belonging.

South Lawn

Laurence Vallières

Laurence Vallières

LAPIN, a sculptural ‘larger than life’ art Installation by artist Laurence Vallières trekked from Montreal as part of MURAL Festival and stayed into December.

The Foyer

Natalie Very B.

Natalie Very B.

As part of The Miniature Collection, Natalie Very B.’s dioramas remind the viewer of the importance of shared memories.

5-108

Radical Norms

Radical Norms

Radical Norms is a Toronto based design research company. ‘Signs of Change’ engages w/ the future of Toronto + its culture. We invite people to propose their own future signage ideas to be printed on-demand from our pop-up container at Stackt Market.

Courtyard 2

Studio AC

Studio AC

Studio AC is bringing summer back to stackt. Their bright installations uses colour, form and symbolism to remind viewers of summertime + creates something that brings a bit of metaphorical warmth to the courtyard in the middle of winter!