The site of the Evergreen Brick Works has been abandoned for 30 years before it was transformed into an eco-site – with the rebuilding, the graffiti has been left in many places, including former equipment now part of the display:
Part of a larger piece of graffiti – spotted at the Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto:
I’m not sure about the meaning of this image – but I do like the bold retro style of the woman’s profile:
Some people can’t handle Monday – I think this face sums it up for some of us facing Monday morning at work:
An amalgam of animal parts – grafitti style…
A entire wall of an alley in Miami’s South Beach was one artist’s view of a school of fish….
While wandering South Beach I spotted some great urban grafitti hidden in the alley….
Another grafitti mural seen in Montreal – an old man and his beast:
A grafitti mural spotted in Montreal – a riot of bold colours against an old brick building:
Three grafitti images from Rue Crescent in Montreal – no shock its two women and a car: