Grafitti in the now demolished Cottrell building in the west end of Turcot Yards.
Found this over at Fecal Face. Interview with Martha Cooper one of the great documenters of Graffiti art in New York City beginning in the 1970’s.
Some shots from around the interchange from Dick Nieuwendijk. And you can catch the whole set here.
monnommotown’s Flickr pages here.
How did it get there? A blog about Abandoned Couches. The inevitable Flickr abandoned couches pool. Blue-Star abandoned couch gallery. Couch Potatoes.
Jay over at Nature Trumps: An LA River Blog has posted a lot of cool images and videos. I like this one. ..
Catch jeanluc450’s Flickr sets here.
And you can catch trevpix’s Flickr pages here.
Posted about this location almost a year ago. The air was very fresh and crisp and the papers on the floor reminded me of leaves. The Falaise Saint Jacques was […]
A couple from the semi demolished GoJit building. I have no idea why the office part and the floor is still standing.
Our friend and contributor, Tap-Urbex has just started up a new photoblog called Urban Lookout which has entire histories of abandoned factories and the like in Montreal. Urban Lookout Darrell […]
Some grafitti from around Dead Dog Tunnel brought to us by urban explorer, tap-urbex. East tunnel entrance. The inevitable chair or sofa. My favorite after the racoon family. And the […]