This unique collaboration is the longest single graffiti installation in the city of Toronto. It aims to bring the spirit of the new Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CEIE) to life during its construction. The imagery reflects the rich history and global impact of engineers from the University of Toronto. It also looks toward the future, highlighting the pioneering research, transformative education and game-changing commercialization that will take place within the CEIE.
The CEIE will set a new standard for engineering education and research. Located at the heart of U of T’s St. George campus, the new building will offer space and facilities where students, researchers, alumni and industry partners will work together to get great ideas off the ground. It will also bring together the expertise and talents of our entire Faculty and the broader University to find innovative solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges. Learn more about the CEIE »
Jason Wing, who also goes by the graffiti name SKAM, has been creating street art for over 25 years. He’s one of the key figures responsible for Toronto’s iconic Graffiti Alley, and his work has been his work has been featured on gallery walls and on streets capes across North America. His clients have included MuchMusic, Nike, Louis Vuitton, Google and many others. For the CEIE graffiti installation, Wing is supported by fellow street artists Aleksandrs Popelavskis and Alex Lazich.
Click and drag on the image to browse through the mural design.