Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane &?

It’s a sin that this wonderful piece has to live in a crevice off an alley obscured by trash bins.

Miles #1

Okay, I opened with Miles & his horn.

Miles #2

Who is this? Anyone know? Just tell me!

Miles #3

Miles and Duke

Miles #4

Artists involved were Javid, Logan Miller, and Viviana Astudillo.

Miles #5

Around the corner, a friend moved (then replaced) the trash bins so I could capture this shot of Coltrane. 

Miles #6

Pics taken by Resa, on June 3, 2014

Toronto, Canada

22 thoughts on “Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, John Coltrane &?

    1. Yes, a wonderful tribute. Yet, you should see the tiny space… an urban crevice with trash bins to obscure it all.
      Of course my eye is trained to sport urban art wherever it’s hidden! 😉

      1. Good thing for us…pitiful that beautiful art is hidden behind urban junk…but you art there to bring them out…:), I guess you could be nominated for the position of president for Toronto and Winnipeg sections of the Association of artist and art lovers of Nebulas and other hidden treasuries…:D

  1. Can’t help with the fourth guy, Resa; though what a fabulous face, very intense.
    Shame they are positioned in such a drab space; though they do have you to ‘set them free’. 😀

    1. There is a lot of talent in the streets.Sometimes, I think of the artists and their art as Urban Myths/ology. Perhaps that is why like your blog so much. 😀

  2. Gray Dawster

    It may be well hidden out of sight but what a gem,
    I really like the quality of the artist here, and each
    element has been painstakingly painted in a way
    that gives an impressive feel to the whole graffiti 🙂

    This is superb…

    Andro xx

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