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I like the blue and would climb aboard willingly.
I don't normally acknowledge graffiti... but I will make an exception for this one. It's pretty cool.
I posted a train mural on Mural Monday today too...but I definitely like yours better!
I could be wrong Halcyon , but I'm thinking this train might not be going very far at all! Brilliant mural, what a super find.
the train looks a bit stuck, but it is a brilliant design!
A beautiful graffiti, the artist is very talented!Léia
What a great illusion! It seems there are a lot of wonderful muralists in Toronto.
Excellent ! J'adore l'effet sorti de nulle part !
Love the train coming right at me, but it looks like too many people are on one side of it ;>)!
Great work !Nice to see some thoughtful graffiti. Please have a good Tuesday.daily athens photo
Pretty interesting, Halcyon. Toronto sure seems to have a lot of graffiti (er, "street art").
That is just flat out cool!
Very well done!
Nice find. It looks as though the train has collided with the pavement. Cool effect.
More like the trip WAS interesting. It's over now. The artist's use of the parking spaces effectively impacts the reading of the mural. Feels like a post-apocalyptic scene. As I've said ad nauseum, Boy, I wish I could read the lettering. It might help us better understand the scene. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.
The mural reminds me of the stiry I heard on the radio this morning unbelievable it is:http://www.thelocal.se/45616/20130115/#.UPVWqmcYl8E
Quite realistic but a bit scary!
This is fantastic! I love it.
Looks a bit like this.... http://www.dagbladet.no/2013/01/15/nyheter/utenriks/sverige/25240314/
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.