Rob Ford Graffiti

The Rob Ford graffiti conversation continues

As Rob Ford's pledge to clean up Toronto's graffiti-strewn downtown during the mayoral race finally spurred some post-election discussion last week with news that a request for removal had been sent to Evergreen, the agency that oversees the Don Valley Brick Works, a different kind of graffiti conversation has continued to develop near Dovercourt and Queen. We first posted about this stencil a few weeks ago, but since then, it would seem a few more "voices" have been added to the mix.

Who knows? Maybe it'll keep up and we'll be able to use this wall as indication of the mayor's approval rating. So far his supporters and detractors seem to be split down the middle.

Photo by panvolta in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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