It may give Rick Mercer a new place to rant.
An attempt is underway to clean-up an alleyway in the city's west end by offering dozens of graffiti artists a chance to display their talents.
The art installation is part of a community revitalization project in the Queen Street West and Ossington Avenue area.
Li-Hill, 26, was using his cans of aerosol spray paint on Thursday to add to the giant mural.
"It's my passion. It's my job. It's what I love," he said.
Li-Hill is one of about a dozen artists handpicked to change the look of the alley.
Steve Ferrera, another of the artists, says the project — Brighten The Corners For The Love Of Art — matches street artists with public space that needs a paint job.
"We'll paint anything actually," said Ferrera.
Ferrera says within graffiti culture there is a hierarchy and if someone paints a piece, "you typically don't paint over it."
For people whose homes back out onto this alley the project is welcome.
"I think it's a great idea. I think people will treat the space a little nicer if it's cleaned up," said Ashley Crate.
Artists hope to finish painting the alley by Sunday — weather permitting.