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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Posts tagged "queen"

Stylin on the streets on Flickr.


In the forms that I often get the style inclined to sign I have a place where they can write and tell me about what they are wearing but in the winter months it’s difficult enough to write your name yet alone what you’re wearing. As such I’m tossing around the idea to start writing the temperature as the description as in “today was -3 C #Canada #winter”

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Toronto Street Style on Flickr.

Ainsley and events and publications coordinator caught my eye while walking down queen street.

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Toronto Street Fashion on Flickr.

Alana R. J. 3rd year student

Hat is self-made. 

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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 :

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Toronto Street Fashion

As seen on the Street on Flickr.

Meet Kiga,

I first met her a few months ago at Fan Expo wearing this
when asked about her outfit she said
This outfit comes from all over the world! I’m wearing pieces from London (coat), Korea (tights) and Japan (purse & hairpiece).
Fashion Inspiration: Pirates and Victorian fashion

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Delorean and Steve

artists, producers, painter and photographers

Delorean: I’m wearing a vintage levies jacket, G-Star Jeans, Bunker boots, biruen fedora, tokyo flash, shirt - banana republic

Fashion Inspiration: Kanye West / Kurt Cobain

Steve: I’m really into fashion, urban and lavish
Inspiration: Everything pretty much, everything that attracts the look and a mix of everything.

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Rainbow Hair on Flickr.

though not really Street Fashion I have been noticing a lot of rainbow hair recently and wanted to take this moment to point out that i think this is a fantastic idea :P

Kidi Kitty Street Fashion on Flickr.

I had the pleasure of bumping into Aridia of who makes a lot of her own clothing.

About your outfit: “A flowy skirt of my own design. mostly trying to stay cool today” as it was quite hot.

to see more of Aridia check out her site at

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Toronto Street Fashion on Flickr.

Today Mark is ironically wearing A Marc Jacobs Bag. Shirt from Tommy Hilfiger, Shoes are Vintage and hat is from Value Village

As seen on Queen Street in Toronto Canada

Toronto Street Fashion on Flickr.

Meet Shannon,
I met this very cool dude on Queen Street Toronto, Turns out his a member of a dance crew and every member of this crew has a specific style. He describes his look as “facial piercings, grunge look, mixed with a hipster vintage look. (military)

Favorite stores include: American Apparel, Urban outfitters and Aldo

To see more of Shannon and his dance crew “Happy Feet Ent.” check out their youtube page here:

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and some of his super cool friends. style walks with other style Toronto Street Fashion