1 in 5 people in canada will personally experience a mental health problem or illness in any given year.

Life on the Line is public art project and mental health awareness campaign on the Toronto TTC Subway that reached over 7.3 million people in its first iteration.

One-hundred posters were exhibited on the TTC Subway from November 17th, 2018 - January 6th, 2019, to tell the unique stories of mental health through the eyes of twenty artists.

These twenty designs were available for sale on the TTC Shop website, where 80% of all sales were donated to the CMHA Toronto. All of the posters are still available for sale in the shop section of our website.

ARTWORK

THE ARTWORK

*All artwork was chosen through a 'call for submissions' process, where twenty artists were selected for exhibition. 

SELECT PRESS

SELECT PRESS

TORONTO STAR

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GLOBAL NEWS

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THE GLOBE

AND MAIL

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CBC

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TORONTO.COM

NOW TORONTO

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SPACING TORONTO

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shifter magazine

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

SUPPORTED BY

La Fondation Emmanuel Gattuso

PARTNERS

Pattison Outdoor

Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto

SVS Marketing

SPECIAL CONSIDERATION

Delta Hotels

Fresh Restaurants

VIA Rail

EVENT

Katherine Mulherin & No Foundation

Henderson Beer

C O N T A C T

 

megan@twentytwentyarts.com

647-287-6843

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