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Sticker Slaps

Sticker slaps found around Toronto, Canada. Usually, the kind that are adhesive with distinct artistic designs. Some are wheat based paste ups. Usually they are used to promote products or a website. Others are just created for no reason and done for the sheer fun of it.

Stickers and wheat paste are not a traditional form of street art and some could be considered illegal depending on where they are placed. A building owner could be fined by the city for ‘graffiti’ if they are considered an eyesore.

These tend to be found on poles –  as in parking sign poles, other times they appear on newsboxes and even in telephone booths. The wheat paste based sticker slaps are very difficult to remove and sometimes have to be scrapped off.

Generally, they fade over time and peel and fall over. This type of art is very temporary by some do stay around for years and years.

Sticker Slaps From February 2017

Toronto Street Art Graffiti

Toronto Street Art Graffiti featuring Sticker Slaps From February 2017 with some by world famous graffiti artist Obey Giant, feminist artist Little Starchild from Montreal, Toronto veteran street artist Spudbomb, stencil by Los Angeles graffiti artist Alec Monopoly, female artist by Rey Midax and many other by unknown sticker slaps …

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Sticker Slaps Found in January 2017

Toronto Street Art Graffiti

Toronto Street Art Graffiti featuring Sticker Slaps Found in January 2017 – plus, some from February. Most by unknown artists with the exception of Fooshwa, Megz238 & Smile. Plus, an advertising sticker graffiti slap by Crop King Seeds. Most are vinyl sticker slaps with exception of a couple of wheat …

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Various Sticker Slaps from 2017

Toronto Street Art Graffiti

  Toronto Street Art Graffiti Various Sticker Slaps from 2017 by Uber5000, Urbanninjasquadron, Smearleader, Jango Jim & many unknown street artists found all over the city. These are mostly vinyl slaps with a couple of wheat paste throw ups. They are forms of street art or graffiti to advertise their …

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