NWNY – an old alley comes alive with wild vines
One of the benefits I’ve found in following street art with such intensity and for so long is that I’ve lucky enough to see artists grow into their style. It’s as though my ambles through alleyways and hidden paths, where I stumble across their hastily formed initial stencils and flows, allows me to understand and recognize each of their unique movements, approaches, and techniques. I would really like to get better at identifying the names or aliases of the artists whose images I capture, so if you see this post and know the identity or tag of some who I’ve left out, I’d love if you could comment or contact me.
Three heads and a monster, just North of Sullivan Street, in the parking lot East of Spadina
same parking lot
Alley behind Ontario Bread Co Ltd. on Dundas, just West of Ossington.
I have loved this one since I moved into the neighbourhood. The head is a security camera. Brilliant.
This one is new since my last visit
And so is this one.
This is a detail of one has been here for years, but is now starting to peel in the most beautiful way.
Peeking out from behind the greens
Again, by @mayzeone
so much better when she’s looking out into the abyss…
I’ve seen this #Spud1 tag before, but I love it more over the orange.
Hang loose, ivy.
There was almost NONE of this ivy 4 years ago!
And so now, this lady and her child have a privacy wall while they wash!