OUA and its affiliates have worked with a number of businesses all over Ottawa. Our projects help prevent vandalism, bring culture and creative atmosphere, brighten the neighborhood, making residents feel safe. Draw attention to your business, make it a unique landmark in your area.

 

The Opener - Food Network
Gigglin' Jerks - Ottawa, ON
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This mural was done for a new show on The Food Network called The Opener.

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Boushey's Fruit Market - Maxwell's Bistro - Woody's
348 Elgin Street - bousheys.elginstreet.com

2009 - Commisioned by Mark Boushey, owner of Boushey's Fruit Market, Maxwell's, Woody's, as well as other strips on Elgin. After much deliberation, this was the first mural put up after the city changed their mural guidelines. This pilot project allowed store related content to be displayed in external murals without being considered "advertising".
Started in mid September, finished end of October due to continuous rainy weather.

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Hillary's Cleaners

2009 - Bank at Cameron. The wall had been tagged and cleaned several times. The owner is a big fan of dogs, hence the theme.. Locals walking by loved it as we worked, and the concept, in fact several asked when we would be doing more there in the area.

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Orleans Autotech

2008 – St. Joseph’s BlvdWall was getting repeatedly tagged, owner was tired of re-priming. He had just returned from a trip to Europe, he loved all the murals he saw on walls there and wanted toad the same beauty to his building.

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Photolux

2009 - Manotick Studio  StudioThis was in a large studio with various backgrounds in it. For this corner they wanted the edginess of a graffiti look to provide a hip-hop type of background for some studio shots.

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Hino's Restaurant mural
1031 Wellington w.

2009 – Designed to cover frequent tagging, as well as promote the Hintonburg artist area – QUAD. Customer was the Wellington West BIA, Hintonburg Community Centre, and owner Terry Hino.

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En Equilibre Skate Park

Charitable work done as part of youth redirection program.

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