Graf Artist Bacon w/ ?

It’s an old piece in a parking spot, in an alley in Cabbagetown.

I’m sure the graf writing says BACON. There’s more obscured by the trees.

So, 2 artists probably worked on this.

Cars might block some of the art, but the reflections can be wonderful.

Pics taken by Resa – June 26, 2017

Toronto, Canada

One of the Artists:

Maybe Jarus is the other.


33 thoughts on “Graf Artist Bacon w/ ?

    1. Well, maybe tofu bacon!
      Crazy, but when I searched for something about the artist, I kept getting pics of bacon, bacon sandwiches and suppliers of bacon. He sure chose an odd name.

  1. This is stunning, I love the art reflection Resa! BTW, I lost the comment on my Art Basel pics, I will link one to my blog and you can take a look at what’s happening down in in mural art.
    Massive hugs!

    1. I’m a total reflection glutton!
      Link sounds good! Thanks for the massive hug! Okay,what’s bigger than massive? Hmm… Okay, a Bigfoot hug to you!

  2. Gray Dawster

    Great pieces of art here,
    and I agree, the reflections
    on the car bonnet / hood
    look truly outstanding 🙂

    Happy Sunday Resa 🙂

    Andro xxx

      1. Gray Dawster

        Happy Friday too,
        and a full year on…
        Wow at this rate our
        conversations are
        going to be all over
        the place but I do wish
        you well Resa, out of
        all the blogs I have ever
        frequented, yours is
        very high on my list of
        awesomeness. I love your
        graffiti posts my dear 🙂

        Andro xxx

  3. Carolee Croft

    I like the way you appreciate the reflection in the car. It reminds me of my yoga practice when the teacher tells us to appreciate whatever sounds are coming into the room from the outside… Hope you’re having a great weekend! xoxo

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