Photo: Bella Manu
A Picasso influenced mural, embellishing a back alley wall in Toronto’s Queen Street West neighbourhood.
Filed under Graffiti Friday
Tagged as artclubblog, ephemeral art, graffiti, Graffiti Friday, Graffiti Friday #3, Hunto, Picasso inspired, street art, Toronto graffiti
I always like to see murals like this – although most aren’t as accomplished as this one! – because they uplift the neighborhood. I like to think they give a little pride and hope to people when they appear in economically depressed areas.
I totally agree!
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