Alley Cats mural

Alley Cats mural by Swizzle and Updog, Toronto
Alley Cats Mural, Gerrard St E and Rhodes Ave, Toronto. May 2020

Rob Elliott (Swizzle) and Andrew Horne (Updog) painted this 14′ tall Alley Cats mural over three days in Toronto’s Little India neighbourhood. You get three types of cat: Kitten, Killer, and Chonker!

Pacing out Alley Cats mural May 2020
Prepping the wall, sizing up the job.
Painting Alley Cats mural May 2020
Painting house-sized Alley Cats.
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Pages 51 to 55 of My Pandemic Diary!

Herd immunity explained

Wow! The global response to Covid-19 has changed dramatically this week, and these sketchbook pages reflect that.
Click HERE for pages 51 to 55 of My Pandemic Diary!

Open Tuning virtual edition

Open Tuning, Toronto’s Free Music Festival, can’t come to the porches and laneways of Seaton Village this year due to COVID-19 precautions. But the festival is coming to your phones and computers.

Participating musicians will be posting their performance times using #Opentuning20. On June 6, search out the hashtag, then check out some amazing music.

Open Tuning is the biggest event of the year for the band I play with, Sore Boozers. We haven’t played together in months, and I miss my fellow musicians tons. I decided to record some songs that I would have brought to practice if things were normal. These videos will be posted on Facebook and Instagram tomorrow morning (June 6).

Rob Elliott, second accordionist with perennial Open Tuning band Sore Boozers, performs some Old Tyme New Wave on the ukulele.
Facebook (8 minute concert): https://www.facebook.com/robswizzle
Instagram (alternate take of Spider-Man Theme, 58 seconds): https://www.instagram.com/swizzlestudio

Rob Elliott plays some Old Tyme New Wave on the ukulele.
Rob bringing the Old Tyme New Wave.