Make that five.
I wanted to share five more images of graffiti in the building that houses the old kilns at the Evergreen Brick Works. If you didn’t get a chance to see Monday’s post, you can see the first image here.
The lighting made it a bit challenging. You’re getting the best of the best.
Yes, yes, yes. Click it bigger. Click them all bigger.
Heh. This might be my fave. I’m wondering what’s behind the chained door.
Is it chained, too? Whatever it is.
Trick or Treat. C’mon in. This building would be great for a Halloween party.
Am I right?
Graffiti as far as the eye can see.
Speaking of eyes…
Espresso machine. Go big or go home.
Let’s just graffiti right over it.
6 thoughts on “Four More…”
There is something both ugly and beautiful about these graffiti. My favourite picture is the second. I just like the lose POW and how the lock and chain adds a telling element to the photo.
Thank you, Otto. Yes… both ugly and beautiful. It draws the eye.
Where is this Evergreen Brick Works?
Duh, I knew that. I should have been more specific. Where in Toronto; I might like to visit next time we’re up there.
Oops. Sorry about that. I’m not quite oriented yet. Here you go: http://www.evergreen.ca/get-involved/evergreen-brick-works/visitor-info/
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