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Style In Progress 2006 Wrap-Up

This past weekend, Style In Progress took over Yonge & Dundas Square on Saturday, and the alley's south of Queen St W on Sunday, with some of North America's most talented graffiti artists. The true strength of this annual festival was shown in both the artists' and enthusiasts' resilience to a little weekend rain.

The quality of work was truly astounding. If you haven't seen it yet, I highly recommend taking a walk through the Queen St. Alleys, or you can check out my photo set.

Feel free to share your Style In Progress photos in our BlogTO Flickr group.

Flickr Slide Show after the jump.


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