Your walls can look like a subway platform

Toronto keeps producing interesting homages to our public transit heritage despite the TTC’s total lack of appreciation (or attention): Spacing’s subway buttons, the TTC font, the subway anagram map, historical type and tile tours, and now wall decals.

Derek Watson has created a handful of designs that replicate the appearance of subway platforms (currently available: St. Clair, Queen’s Park, Wellesley, Union, Spadina, Pape, “Northbound-Southbound”, and “Next Station St. George”). Watson says all 69 stations will be available soon. Purchasing a design will run you anywhere from $25 to $40.


  1. I’m not sure I want my walls to look like the subway, but I’m intrigued by this other section of their website:
    “Classic design meets urban pride in our collection of decals celebrating the streets and neighbourhoods of Toronto.”

  2. I want that from my room too. Do you think it’s also be possible to rent out ad space too? Hahaha.

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