The walls at Montana Steele have recently been transformed into a bustling illustration of the Toronto skyline.
Illustrated by Toronto artist, Giuseppe Morcinelli, the mural captures the ever-changing horizon of the city. Discussing the collaboration with Montana Steele, Morcinelli notes, “The architecture in Toronto is very diverse, so we managed to gather a list of buildings and landmarks that truly express the assortment of buildings the city has to offer. I personally love the juxtaposition of old and new, so putting the Princes’ Gates beside the Molson Amphitheatre and Honest Ed’s right by the ROM felt very fitting.”
Morcinelli is also the illustrator behind the campaign for Whitehaus Condominiums at Yonge and Eglinton.
Over the past 30 years, Montana Steele has worked on many of the iconic buildings that make Toronto’s skyline unique; the mural commemorates those projects and the alluring city of Toronto. The team at the agency believes the new artwork adds a fun and original element to the office, inspiring creative ideas on a daily basis.