Celebrating Canada’s sesquicentennial this legacy project commissioned local artists on 25 mechanical boxes in the downtown Ottawa core. The Auntie Mame Series featured digital collages of ladies dressed in 1950’s and 60’s fashions, and are inspired by the spirit of the 1958 film of the same name. The Kingdoms Crossed series inspired through the genres of graffiti, street and pop art, and through the use of bold colour, stencils and spray paint create a unique and engaging artwork. Chapter One provided the layout, printing and installation of these commissioned art pieces. Attention to detail and conservation of the original artists' vision were imperative for the success of this project.
Auntie Mame Series
Downtown Rideau BIA