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Julia Prajza
Murals by Julia Prajza seen at Clark Stanley Inc., Toronto - Ornate Lettering Mural for Creative Studio
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Ornate Lettering Mural for Creative Studio

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CLIENT: CLARK STANLEY INC. | JULY 2018 | ~16' X 7' | VINYL PRINT

This ornate lettering piece is a special mural I created for Clark Stanley’s office, a creative consortium. I designed, drew, hand lettered, and vectorized every detail of this Victorian meets Western style piece to represent the company’s tagline and unique visual aesthetic. The fascinating mix of these two worlds inspired me with the beautiful ornamentation, odd curiosities, vintage circus shows, bold and playful lettered advertisements, textured woodblock illustrations, and last but not least snake imagery. Clark Stanley was the real “Rattlesnake King” who sold snake oil starting in 1893. In the end, I wanted this mural to tell the Clark Stanley story in a visually interesting way that brought life and charm to the originally bland space.

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Julia Prajza

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Bringing joy and colour to our everyday lives.

Julia Prajza is a Muralist, Lettering Artist, and Designer based in Toronto. As an OCAD University graduate, with experience in Art Direction and Graphic Design, she has returned to her first love: the art of drawing and painting. Bringing her design expertise and graphic style to her work, Julia often focuses on floral or text-based imagery. Creating intrigue with ornate details, vibrant colours, and a whimsical feel, she aims to bring more joy and positivity into our everyday lives. From private to public spaces, brick to glass textures, vinyl print to hand painted, Julia has produced 20+ diverse murals. Recently she co-founded Neighbourhood Love, an artist collective that's collaborating with neighbourhoods to bring colour to our streets. With her lively spirit, Julia is emerging into the community-engaged art world because she strongly believes in the power of art and its ability to cultivate human connection and improve our mental health.