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Graffiti Tagging

Graffiti Tagging Paste Ups pictures from Toronto, Canada. These are pictures taken of what I consider real graffiti or tagging. Most of images are taken in back alleys in the last couple of years.

Although, I have included few on the sides of trains I am not sure that they fit into this category. However, graffiti is usually considered an illegal activity so the pictures included here would fall into that category.

A great deal of the street art graffiti found here would be classified as humurous although, some people might not share the taggers view of humour.

Bombing and tagging sometimes occurs on the sides of abandoned places usually building that are going to be demolished.

Many people frown on this form of street art but it really is the original form and a lot of the ‘legitimate’ mural artists generally get their start by doing this form of expression.

Urban Exploration Mikha One Mural

Toronto Street Art Graffiti

Toronto Street Art & Graffiti featuring Urban Exploration Murals by Mikha One around downtown area including quick trip through laneway in Graffiti Alley More urban exploration from November 22, 2017 including some more from Graffiti Alley Mikha One Mural on Richmond St Really sad to see this yesterday by Mikha …

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Ben Johnston Design Mural Collab

Streeet art by Ben Johnstone Design

Ben Johnston Design Mural Collab with Lauren Pirie found nearby Hotel Waverly in downtown Toronto. Artwork for a party that features some street graffiti Ben Johnston Design Mural Collaboration Stay Forever by Ben Johnston @benjohnstondesign & Lauren Pirie @lapirie – the right is by Devon Davey Welter @daveyjazz but a …

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True Graff Instagram Post

True Graff Instagram Post |

True Graff Instagram Posts from November 2016   Authentic Graffiti artwork found on Rosedale Trail in Toronto – a little sketchy dangerous place to venture for art Instagram post from 11/11/16 If you climb the mountain 🗻 – you should share the view — and this is what I found …

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