Hop Around the Hopper People

Along the Liberty Village trail, they are painting all of the old silos and hoppers.

This is a painted hopper.

It is beside a leather company, but I prefer to think “pleather”.

Very interesting faces!

The legs are interesting, too.

Pics taken by Resa – January 21, 2018

Toronto, Canada

The Artist: Is unknown to me at this time. As always, I will try to update as info incomes.

32 thoughts on “Hop Around the Hopper People

  1. I love this one, Resa; very serious faces indeed, with some very odd leg positions. But then, the artist/s didn’t have much choice! Do you think there was a little humour involved? I’m sure it would all be solved as you walked around it.. the next image proving to belong to the leg, as it were. Smiling as I leave……. 🙂

            1. Well, it’s not quiet here, but there are pockets of quieter, and some very funky, neat areas where artists of all ilks tend to co-mingle, such as Kensington Market.
              I’ve been to LA a bunch of times, mostly for work. I’ve also been to New York city a myriad of times. As much as I adore LA, NYC has it all over LA for creative spirit. There is something cruel about the LA spirit. xx

  2. Arletta Ellington

    Is the leather factory still in action? These pictures seems to me like a tribute and comment to its workers. Seem like actual portraits.

    1. The artist has a unique style of painting faces. The jackets are well done, too!
      It’s a great way to brighten up an old hopper with nowhere to go but the junkyard. Make trash into art!

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