Evergreen Brickworks Graffiti

Toronto Brickworks

While the Don Valley Brickworks sat empty, it was a huge canvas for graffiti. It probably still is, as parts of it seem to be easily accessible.

Who is THIS man and why is he on the wall?

Who is THIS man and why is he on the wall?

Who is THIS man and why is he on the wall?

Who is THIS man and why is he on the wall?

Legitimacy!

Legitimacy!

Graffiti 101 - the definitions

Graffiti 101 – the definitions

More graffiti on the ovens in the next post.

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4 comments on “Evergreen Brickworks Graffiti

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Bunty.
    Enjoyed your Brickworks grafitte. Almost looks like China. Happy New Year.
    Liz

    • BuntyMcC says:

      Thanks LiZ. If we’d been in TO longer than 46 hours, I’d have tried to arrange a get together! Happy New Year to you and Dave.

  2. Isn’t it great? I’m glad you got to see it.

  3. BuntyMcC says:

    I’d like to go back in spring or fall, and to the Distillery District and Wychwood.

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