Paul Hillier Image Maker

Paul Hillier is a learning-enabled bio human compiled in Montreal and shipped worldwide to gather the knowledge and skills required to create an image that will one day bring about world peace and universal understanding.

At his current level (+3 to visuals, -2 to common sense) Paul has taken photos in strange and sometimes dangerous places, of stranger and sometimes dangerous people. His work has appeared in Popular Photography’s Photo Manual, Maclean’s, Temptress, and online at CNN, Cracked, Geek x Girls and Comics Alliance.

To revel in the wonder of his photography, visit his website or check in on one the following social media sites, before they get smart and ban him.

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streetstylestation:

This is: Ariana
She is: An Information officer
Wearing BCBG Bag + Dress, H&M Shoes

Originally posted on 3st.ca

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This is the second to last post on Street Fashion from this blowing out the back catalog. Street Style Station will be going on hiatus for a little bit. Fashion generally movies indoors during winter in Canada and I’m spending all my time these days on my photography these days.  

Toronto Street Fashion on Flickr.

This is Aminda Wood an Artist and Jewelry designer who is inspired by “everything” and describes her outfit as, and i quote “it’s not winter yet!!”

Personally I love the batman head peeking just under the chin

to check out more of Aminda’s stuff visit : www.amindawood.com

Toronto Street Fashion
Toronto Street Fashion

Pimpin Street Fashion on Flickr.

This Fine Gentleman when asked about his outstanding outfit simply said i like to look good.

Pimpin Street Fashion


Pimpin Street Fashion

Pimpin Street Fashion

Toronto Street Fashion on Flickr.

I found Helen an online media & research specialist on the streets of Kensington market with her friend Gini featured below.

A self per-claimed Guerrilla Girl Guide: the dress is Vintage, Town Shoes… shoes. Headphones by Urbanear, and Paul Smith Glasses.

Inspiration: Velma Dinkley, Mary Tyler Moor

Toronto Street Fashion

Toronto Street Fashion