Pascal Paquette: Mon Petit Chou and Philip Sung Design’s Own Piece of Graffiti Alley

Pascal Paquette: Mon Petit Chou and Philip Sung Design’s Own Piece of Graffiti Alley

As you cut through Toronto’s many laneways on the way to work, you’ll surely notice the colourful murals that line their walls. This is especially true in Queen Street West, a neighbourhood widely known for its creative energy and the vibrant urban artworks left behind by its talented artists.

With Philip Sung Design located right next to Toronto’s world-famous Graffiti Alley—which has been declared a site of cultural significance, making it one of few places where graffiti is in fact legal—we’re proud to feature the work of street artist Pascal Paquette on the side of our own studio building. Paquette’s practice lies outside of the mainstream art world, combining street art, contemporary painting and site-specific installations. Mon Petit Chou is a pseudonym that Paquette attaches to his graffiti.

For more information on Paquette and his practice, you can check out this video detailing his work.