Each year, we lose some good outdoor art in Winnipeg. For the year indicated, here's a last look at, a last goodbye to some of the artwork that has disappeared that year.

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201 Bond Street   

This artwork was rendered by Nate Deleau, with sponsorship by Transcona BIZ and the City of Winnipeg. In the summer of 2016 it was replaced with a new Mural. Original notes below:

This wall we would describe as a fusion of the Japanese anime and graffiti styles. It seems to suit the theme of the martial arts studio it adorns, and the owner approved the sketches. The artists (a group of young men) prefer to remain anonymous and let their artwork speak for them (though we gave them an opportunity to do otherwise). They prefer the moniker of 'AllStarAlliance' which is a special name between this group of friends, and the name they have chosen to represent all artists in their circle. They stand behind their distinctive style, priding themselves on their use of freehand techniques. The Transcona BIZ and Kevin Carthy (property and PC Renu business owner @ 201 Bond St.) were open to ideas for the wall. Both parties wanted to celebrate Transcona's upcoming Centennial in 2012 and honour the history and pride of the community. Nate Deleau's rendering offered great colour and visual appeal with the design featuring Hi Neighbour Sam. The centennial recognition and Sam will appeal to the more mature observer while the bright colours and modern flare will be pleasing to the younger admirer. The Transcona BIZ and Kevin were pleased to offer this opportunity to Nate Deleau and proud to support a young local Artist.

Source: Transcona BIZ

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