Summerhill faces

Posted: April 22, 2015 in graffiti and street art
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The last time I ventured into a Toronto ravine on my own the path was a icy so I didn’t go far.  Now the ravines are clear of snow and ice – just watch out for the mud!  I was under the railway bridge at Summerhill (just east of Yonge St) this past weekend and I encountered a number of people and faces.
graffiti painting of a scuba diver swimming under water, under a bridge

Graffiti faces on concrete pillars supporting a bridge - the smiley face is on a spray paint can, a large finger is on the trigger.

Graffiti faces on concrete pillars supporting a bridge - three supports in a row are visible.  In the foreground is a simple drawing of a man's head in blacks and greys, the next pillar has a more elaborate man in blues

Graffiti faces on concrete pillars supporting a bridge - wild blue eyes and red lips with wavy skin, with the trees, creek and path through the ravine in the background.

Graffiti faces on concrete pillars supporting a bridge - looking up from below so there are a large number of supports visible.  A line drawing of a man's head is on one of the pillars

Graffiti faces on concrete pillars supporting a bridge - A white head of a person with pointy ears and a scowl on its face, more graffiti is visible in the background.

Two large abstract faces on a cement pillar.  The faces are white ovals, with a red outline.  THe features are in black line drawings

Sticker on a teal coloured metal box.  Sticker has triangle inside a circle.  The triangle is made into a face, big open mouth with cigarette clenched between the teeth.  Around the circle are the words 'Smok'em if ya got 'em. Verbs

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