In the world of graffiti and street art, change is usually inevitable and sometimes interesting. One exception seems to be the alley that you can see from subway between Keele and Dundas West stations. The building on the corner of Bloor West and Indian Road is new, but otherwise little is changed. Even though most of the street art is the same as before, I don’t think that I have posted it in the past. Here is documentation of most of it.
below: King Midas still looks over the TTC parking lot at Keele station. Well, I’ve always assumed that it was King Midas although he was the guy whose touch turned everything to gold, not grey.
below: And this monkey is still asking what the noise is all about.
below: ‘Sink or Swim’ by elicser
below: A lovebot shares wall space with an Uber5000 birdie….
below: … because Everybody’s a Winner
below: Laser, not loser. Now with laser vision.
below: Ghostbusters in a hard to reach place
below: Zooks is still on her wall.
below: This turtle has seen better days
below: Guard dog at the bottom of the stairs
below: She seems to turn when the door opens, a mural by EGR art
below: He (she?) still keeps goal on the back porch.
below: This mural also has a painting of Marilyn Monroe in it along with Bruce Lee and Alfred Hitchcock. There were too many cars parked in front of it when I walked past the other day.
below: King Kong dominates this wall.
below: We Rise Up