Venice has always rewarded those who are able/patient enough to navigate away from the busy crowds of the Grande Canal, San Marco, and all the identical tourists shops and trap restaurants that surround it.
After visiting Italy (solo style) back in October 2015, I never thought I would be back this quick. I remember how sad I felt as I flew out of Venice towards Dublin to start the next part of the adventure – I knew I had to go to a new country, but I also knew … More Italy Revisited
Racoon on left by KIZ + LEGIN – Fire Truck by CTR + JAMZ Part of the Reclamation Wall, located just east of the overpass before Parkdale (off Queen West)
#NoFilters, Kids! Holy S#!T. Do you ever see a photo or a 30 second spot (or longer) that just get’s under your skin, latches on to your soul and consumes your thoughts for the rest of the day?
Last graffiti related post for a while, I swear! Two weeks ago, I used another weekend day to go graffiti ‘hunting’ again. I always tend to start any walk west in Toronto right by graffiti alley and noticed a few things that didn’t stand out to me before. Enjoy! Next: Celebrating Pizza
On Friyays we share graffiti, Pitches! I thought it would be great to follow one topic for at least a string on posts, for once! Last Sunday, I took about 4-5 hours and walked from Graffiti Alley towards Bellwoods, and then went from Queen and Ossington up to Bloor and Ossington. I think Graffiti Alley … More Ossington: Street Art
Is it the 60s or am I just really digging this mural? ^ What would be a series of posts with out a part three 🙂 It’s a wonder I did not split this last post over two, just like all ‘great’ movie franchises. Anywho, this will be the last one from Montreal for a … More Montreal Street Art: Part 3