ArtsBeat: Toronto Graffiti Scene

Graffiti In The City: What Will Stick To The Walls is a recent article about the Toronto street art and graffiti scene. I’ve been photographing graffiti and street art for a few years now, and provided photos for this article. It’s an interesting read that touches on a number of issues including a progressive way to deal with what is being seen as a growing problem.

For graffiti photos from other parts of the world, you can check out my flickr stream on the side bar. Here are a few more shots from Toronto:

This last series of clever stencils has been around for a number of years, and crops up next to the ubiquitous Post No Bills sign found on construction sites. You can’t help but smile back at the Bills 🙂

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2 responses to “ArtsBeat: Toronto Graffiti Scene

  1. Great photos! Thanks for the link to the article, too. It’s good to see some thought and discussion on the topic.

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