Rob Ford Graffiti

The Rob Ford graffiti gallery

In spite of — or likely because of — Rob Ford's distaste for the spray paint arts, he's become quite the popular subject on walls and street furniture. He's even made an appearance in snow. Not surprisingly, however, most of these pieces are have had very short histories. So by way of preserving this little bit of political-artistic heritage, I've been collecting the photos of these images that come my way.

Here is the Rob Ford Graffiti Gallery. It's not that extensive right now, but in much the same way that the eradication efforts are promised to increase, I suspect it'll continue to grow in the coming months. It's a little bit like the Streisand effect, isn't it?

Remove Me

Rob Ford Graffiti

(Graffiti Alley, Photo by Martin Reis / Stencil by Eryn Hill.

Gravy Train ads

Rob Ford Street Art Ads Gravy

(east end, by Ivus)

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Goonies

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(unknown location, Ivus via panvolta)

As Mussolini

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(various locations, via Chris Orbz)

Gardiner Expressway

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(removed, via bearsthatdance)

Queen and Dovercourt area

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(via Eric Parker)

Lake Shore and Spadina

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area (via Gregory Alan Eliot; photo by Casie Stewart)

Various locations

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(via neuroticjose)

King West

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(removed, via scout13ca)

Queen and Ossington area

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(removed, via Dennis Marciniak)
Got Rob Ford graffiti? Send it my way, and I'll add it to the gallery.

Lead photo depicts a reader-submitted photo of a Rob Ford Stencil located near the one above.


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