New black and white graffiti art in Kensington Market is unique

I noticed this graffiti art this week. It is in a lane behind buildings on the east side of Kensington Avenue, between St. Andrews and Baldwin Street. I stopped to gaze at the mural and was blown away by the amount of time it would have required to complete it. Amazing! The other factor that impressed me is how different this mural is to the others that I have seen during the past few months.

Kensington Market off Ken. Aven.

Ken. Mar. off Ken Ave.

To view others posts about the Toronto graffiti scene:

An entire new wall of graffiti has appeared in McDougall Lane (Oct. 2012)

The graffiti-decorated “hug-me-tree” on Queen Street West.

Graffiti in a laneway amid the colours of autumn

A mural in the Kensington Market, with tongue-in-cheek humour:

In July of 2011, I placed a post on this blog about the abstract expressionists. At that time, there was an exhibition of their work at the AGO. I received comments from readers who strongly disagreed with the post. Their opinions were indeed valid, but the ideas expressed in the post may also have validity. To view this post:

In August of 2012 I placed another post in which I compared the work of the graffiti artist Uber5000 to the abstract expressionists. This too became a controversial post.

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