Do You See What We See?

40 Temperance Street, Toronto, ON

Changing communities often think about what’s happening around them, but community members see changes in their neighbourhoods through varying lenses. Our tagline “Do you see what we see?” intends to engage local residents and get them talking about their different perspectives. Whether it is the growth in building development, communities between the districts, community space, parks, diversity, public events, or quicker access—we are growing alongside communities and developing together.

Created By

Hyein Lee

Hyein is an engineer turned illustrator and motion graphics designer. She gave up her big fat paycheque to pursue her dream; she is poor now, but somehow a lot happier. Her work is populated by lonesome, humble and friendly monsters which depict melancholy moments with ...

Vivian Rosas

Vivian Rosas is a Toronto-based Latinx illustrator and designer. Since graduating from OCADU, her primary work has been in editorial illustration, as well as in the animated video sphere. Her work is created in a variety of mediums including digital and screen-printing. She seeks to explore themes of feminism, empowerment, and diversity. Play and discovery are key to her practice, especially when she gets a chance to work on a mural.

Wandy Cheng

Wandy Cheng is a Hong Kong- born illustrator and artist working and exhibiting in Toronto. She predominantly works in watercolour and gouache. Upon graduating from OCAD University with a background in Illustration, she has been working on honing her artistic style through vending at local art fairs to producing public murals.

Wenting Li

Wenting Li is an illustrator, muralist and comics artist working in Toronto. You can find her work in publications like The Walrus, at local zine fairs, and on certain street corners in the city.

Jenn Kitagawa

Jenn Kitagawa is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist and designer based in Toronto, Canada. She graduated with a Bachelors of Design from ACAD (Alberta College of Art & Design) and shortly thereafter moved to New York to intern for Nylon Magazine and the artist/illustrator Mike Perry. Currently she is a full time freelance artist and has created work for clients ranging from Facebook to Breast Cancer Canada. Recently Jenn had the honour of creating the album artwork for Gord Downie’s record Introduce Yerself.

About Our Partner

Brookfield Properties is a fully-integrated, global real estate services company that provides industry-leading portfolio management and development capabilities across the real estate investment strategies of Brookfield Asset Management — a global alternative asset manager with over $540 billion in assets under management.


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