Angel Carrillo is one of Toronto’s well recognized urban street artists. His portfolio ranges from tattoos to multi-story wall murals. Angel has the unique ability to turn any object into a canvas using many types of media. He is active in the community, working as an art coordinator and educator, both helping out and growing as an artist. Angel Carrillo is a veteran to the graffiti culture in the city of Toronto. He has been producing mural work since 1995 to the present. Angel, has achieved his BA through OCAD University and studied at George Brown College in the Graphic Design and Advertising program.

Angel has created works for: The city of Toronto StreetARToronto Pemberton Group Samsung The city of Mississauga Metrolinx Urbancorp Nickelodeon Viacom Daniels Waterfront - City of the Arts MTV Canada Walmart Campbell Company of Canada Holt Renfrew FoodShare Toronto Suzy Shier Info-Tech Research Jean Machine Athlete’s World Bell Canada Rogers Communication Telus Mobility Havana Cultura Women's College Hospital Foundation Planet Play Steam Whistle He has been featured in Pound Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Sun, Toronto Star, Inside Toronto, Champ Magazine and documented footage CityTV, CTV, YTV, Rogers TV and Global News. -Workshop and Seminars He has shared his knowledge through seminars and art workshops for The city of Toronto, Ontario Provincial Police, Campbell Company of Canada, Ryerson University,OCAD University, and the University of Toronto, Nuit Blanche, Manifesto, Community Cave,Toronto Youth Cabinet, Oakville Galleries, The Youth Exchange, Malvern Collegiate Institute, City Hope and Style in Progress. He has also coordinated art projects with Laser Eagles Art Guild, an organization that works with artists who have mobility and or speech limitations.

Angel will always make time for sharing his love of art with others through helping to run community service and outreach programs for the City of Toronto, Mural Route,Schools without Borders, Toronto Youth Cabinet and YMCA. Angel advocates for the need of public art space and funding, helping to lobby for the interests of street art. He has attended, and has been a representative voice at many city bylaw discussions. Angel Carrillo is a well known urban artist who resides in the city of Toronto. His work expands from both a practitioner and educational contributor to the growth of the creative arts.