MEDIAH ‘s artwork got tagged w/a racist slur in my previous post.
I thought you might enjoy a more pristine view of his work.
I found this power box on Dundas W. near Lansdowne.
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If it seems like we paint everything in Toronto, you are somewhat correct.
Pics taken by Resa – December 5, 2015
⭐ Thank you, MEDIAH ⭐
MEDIAH had some crew help. Thanks CBS!
25 thoughts on “MEDIAH”
I like it 🙂
Me too! 😀
Street Art, you’ve got lo ve…
No, Lo ve!
What a great way to DE-“eye sore” a power box 😀
It’s a TO thing. We paint anything.(What does DE mean?) 😀
So stylized and cool.
I adore his style.He has been around painting the streets for at least 10 years. As many street artists, he is now making inroads in the traditional art community.
We all need to eat!
It’s amazing what some artists can do, Resa! A simple roadside electrical box becomes a piece of art… cool… 🙂
I’m so glad Toronto embraces street art! 😀 xoxoxo
Thanks for sharing some “un-marred” work. Very talented. I think more paint is better, yes?! We have a large electrical box, about 2-3 times this size, a block from myhouse and over the summer a woman who lives in the neighborhood was allowed to paint a mural on it that relates to the nearby park. The mural includes some iconic sculptures that the neighborhood association had commissioned for the park too, so that’s meta on the art! So cool! Now I walk past this awesome bit of art all the time and I love it. 🙂
Love it! send in pics! 😀
Love the sharply contrasting edges! Great work indeed!
…and it’s done with spray paint! How can they control it so well?
Amazing work !
He has a very unique style!
Fantastic piece of work! I love that everything is fair game for being turned into an eye catching piece of work. It’s all very exciting to see and is an inspiration for other cities.
You make me proud to be in a street art forward city!
As you should, I am sure I’m nott he only jealous follower of yours.
I like the graphic quality!