It’s a strange story but perhaps an inevitable one. Banksy recently painted some walls in Detroit which is not a big deal except that artists from the 555 Nonprofit Gallery […]
Resilient and determined seem the Turcot graffiti writers. Just wish the ones who recently tagged the refurbished milk bottle downtown would get some serious education training. This view from Notre […]
Seems strange not to see the graffiti but perhaps even stranger is simply why? They have security to keep people out of the yards and no can see 90% of […]
I finally summoned up the courage to visit the Turcot yards, after contemplating them for close to a half-century. I remember the rows upon rows of railway cars that were […]
Neale over at Five Whys took this picture during a recent trip to San Francisco. Thought it was worth repeating here.
You can also catch this last 3 dimensional work over at Factotum’s photoblog.
Just a tad late but this weekend he organized The Cans Festival in London. From Wiki, Banksy is a well-known pseudo-anonymous English graffiti artist. He is believed to be a […]
Taken from Exploring Southwest Montreal. “According to the Voix Populaire, the Saint-Remi Tunnel (St-Remi between rue St-Ambroise and avenue de l’Eglise) will be closed to automobile traffic from March 25th […]
And you can catch the_redbird’s Flickr page here.
Who says taggers don’t have a sense of humour? (and where have I heard that one before?). Very appropriate in light of the state of Quebec highway overpasses these days. […]
From a few years ago just west of Dead Dog Tunnel.