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Toronto becomes Friends With You

Starting tomorrow, Thursday, June 10th 2010, Friends With You (HF Vol. 1) will be blessing Toronto with a colorful ten day takeover. The Toronto tour begins at Narwhal Art Projects with "Day Dreamers", a rare showing of acrylic paintings and watercolors, continues on with a pop-up shop and artist signing at Magic Pony on the 12th, and concludes with a four day "Rainbow City" installation at Queens Park.

We recently got a sneak peek at a few of the works from "Day Dreamers", the show marks the first time in several years that FWY have shown gallery work, so be sure to check out the preview here on Hi Fructose.

Starting tomorrow, Thursday, June 10th 2010, Friends With You (HF Vol.1) will be blessing Toronto with a colorful ten day takeover. TheToronto tour begins at Narwhal Art Projectswith “Day Dreamers”, a rare showing of acrylic paintings andwatercolors, continues on with a pop-up shop and artist signing at Magic Ponyon the 12th, and concludes with a four day “Rainbow City” installationat Queens Park. We recently got a sneak peek at a few of the works from”Day Dreamers”, the show marks the first time in several years that FWYhave shown gallery work, so be sure to check out the preview here on HiFructose.

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