Andre Alexander was an entrepreneur and artist from Toronto, Ontario.
He was partially responsible for the recent art boom in the Queen West area. His work has been featured in countless amounts of art shows, music videos, store fronts, street markets, and in his iconic work and art studio located at 170 Spadina Ave.
He was a young visionary who was not only passionate about his art, but also created his own clothing brands: "Support Your Local Hustlers" and "Shanuk Clothing" which he sold across Canada, the United States and London, England.
Andre, loved to help people and he was a strong believer in God. He would motivate people to live a better life, and he uplifted people from all walks of life.
Andre could usually be seen displaying his art around Kensington Market, and within his store called Hip Pop Art Collective.
Andre's work can be seen online @hip_pop_art
We are looking to keep his spirit alive, as well as the major influence he left in the city and all around the world.
He was loved and supported by many.
His untimely passing will not be in vain and as time proceeds he will be represented correctly. There will be more to come, you will see his work.
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