Category Archives: graffiti
Banksy Detroit Piece Gets Museum Treatment Amid More Controversy
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 […]
Graffiti Return And The Forgotten Turcot People
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 […]
Graffiti Removal At Turcot
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 […]
Judith Brisson – Anecdote
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.
More Recent Graffiti
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 […]
Saint Remi Tunnel Closed to Traffic
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. […]
One Armed Bandit
From a few years ago just west of Dead Dog Tunnel.