Toronto graffiti—Uber5000 does it again


The young artist from Nova Scotia, who signs his graffiti art “Uber500,” has scored another hit with his work on a garage in the Kensington Market, on the west side of Augusta Avenue, a short distance north of Dundas Street. The work contains Uber’s favourite character, a yellow bird resembling a chicken, and sea creatures. In this work, a dog is also featured. The pictures that follow in this post are indeed colourful, and are a welcomed addition to the graffiti art of the Kensington Market, where Uber has several other excellent contributions.

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An Uber5000 in Graffiti Alley is painted over

Toronto graffiti murals amid the winter snows

Uber5000 painting a building in Graffiti Alley

New commissioned mural by Uber5000 at 74 Denison Avenue

New mural on McCaul Street has traces of Diego Rivera

Black and white graffiti in Kensington Market is unique

McDougall Lane has a new graffiti display (Nov. 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:

July of 2011, a post about the abstract expressionists.

August of 2012, comparing the work of the graffiti artist Uber5000 to the abstract expressionists.

A Torontonian’s view of Mexican graffiti art and graffiti

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