Graffiti and street art seen in Baptist Lane, CBD
below: looking down the lane. On the immediate right is an old mural of the Last Supper which has been scrawled over almost to the point of making the mural indecipherable.
below: A blank eyed bride with her flowers
below: Two faced and holding up a jacket.
below: Red brick wall and a window box
below: I’m against all authority except my mother (close enough translation anyhow).
below: Studying the hole in the fence
below: Two little cats
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A mural featuring Mary Poppins and her magic umbrella is on the corner of Blvd St. Laurent and rue Sherbrooke. It was painted by
Antoine Tavaglione, aka TAVA in 2016.
below: From across the street, Blvd St. Laurent
Photos taken October 2018.
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Jewell train station is on the Upfield line in Brunswick. The Upfield Bikeway path runs alongside the tracks at this point. Most of the walls along the bike path have street art on them. This is a selection of the graffiti that I saw around Jewell station and south from there to Park street.
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