Here Comes the Art King

He looks like a king wearing a crown.

Art King #1

Yet, he’s just 1 of 3 heads on a pillar. The undersides of the trusses are also painted & I was trying to capture some of that.

Art King #2

There were birds, too! Heads, birds and under painting.

Art King #18

Overwhelming, but fabulous! Each post could be a post.

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All sides are painted. Across the top is a flow of humanity. Sometimes it swims freely, sometimes the masses get tangled up.

Art King #3

Art King #9

Lots of humanity!

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Last of the posers.

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Pics taken by Resa, November 16, 2015

Toronto, Canada

Underpass Park

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24 thoughts on “Here Comes the Art King

  1. Love the floating humanity theme, a one of a kind idea. The birds are beautiful, love them and of course the King of the underpass is fabulous all very special, very creative and awesome!
    Have a fabulous weekend! 🙂

    1. I’m so glad you appreciate street art! 🙂 I am also very happy you come to see it, as it makes my documenting it all the more pleasant.
      Eva, you have a fab weekend, too!

  2. Fascinating work, Resa. I stayed here a long time just looking at the details of this art. Truly outstanding and to be it shows how the artist is showing how humanity is longing for the closeness that this world has taken. Wonderful post, my friend. Thank you for taking the time to put it together for us. (((HUGS))) Amy ❤

    1. I always credit the artist if they sign their work, but not everyone does.
      Sometimes, even if it is not signed, I recognize the style, and can check up on it to confirm, or I say in the body of the post who I think the artist is.
      Sometimes,I photograph the signature and put it at the bottom of the post under “The Artist(s)”
      If I find out later who the artist is I update post(s)with their art.

      In my About & Copyright “pages, I invite any not credited artist to contact me &I will update.
      I take over 95% of the photos on GLaM blog, and own ©
      I do have guest submissions. In those cases I give copyright credit to the photographer under the pics & in the body of the post, along with the the artist if known.
      I did not find any credit on the opening trusses.
      I hope this answers your concern, and thank you for asking.

  3. I have run out of superlatives ❤ The images are exotic and creat curiosity – now I know! They remind me of the figures on Easter Island. Maybe it's their ancestors 🙂 🙂 I agree with Le Drake, you did a good job ❤ ❤ ❤
    Happy new week, Resa

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