Flickr Forum: July 18th, 2008 - Graffiti

Flickr Forum: July 18th, 2008 - Graffiti

The blogTO Flickr Forum is a weekly sampling of themed photographs taken by Torontonians and aims to not only feature the talent they possess, but also spur dialogue and reveal the stories behind the images.

Today's collection of Toronto photographs is made up of responses to our call for photos that fit the theme "Graffiti". These images were all recently submitted to the blogTO Flickr pool.

To the photographers, we'd love to hear about your photos. A little info on where it was taken and the story behind the photo is always a great start.

To the rest of you, feel free to ask questions to the artists, submit photos to the blogTO Flickr pool for next week's consideration, or just sit back and enjoy our weekly mosaic.

Continue for links to larger versions, and to check out the next theme.

1. Project Tokyo! 008, 2. Taggers Unite, 3. Graffiti Alley Duotone

4. kick stand, 5. At First The Universe Was A Blank Wall, 6. Melanie Graffiti Alley

7. Filling in the details, 8. Painted, 9. Day 172. June 20.

I had a lot of fun shooting the b-boys and b-girls at Style In Progress, so the next theme is going to be "BreakDancing".

To be considered for next week's selections:
- In Flickr, add the tag "BreakDancing"
- Add to the blogTO Flickr pool
- If you have a photo already in the pool, and you would like it to be considered, remove the photo from the pool and re-add it. Only photos added in the past week will be considered.

If you have a theme suggestion, feel free to leave a comment.

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