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HBAK “Police Near No Fear” (Feb/14)

EBT

EBT

'when i fall in love again' stencil

CASH & 4EOS (Oct/13)

WOC & KSAN (Oct/13)

WOC & KSAN (Oct/13)

Colorful v̷a̷g̷i̷n̷a̷ vulva wheat paste in the river valley

"i bet’cha couldn’t  love me" stencil

rottenprairiewitch asked: Have you driven on that windy part of groat road on the north side of the north sask lately? There's some cool text graffiti way up on an overpass that you drive under. Reads something in both directions.

Thanks for the tip will check it out soon! And people say there is no graffiti in Edmonton during the winter…

Googlie eyes on a round metal fixture

Googlie eyes on a round metal fixture

Googlie eyes on a pedestrian sign

Googlie eyes on a pedestrian sign

Googlie eyes on a pipe with a seam for a noes and spout for a mouth

Googlie eyes on a pipe with a seam for a noes and spout for a mouth

Googlie eyes on a pipe with a marker smile

Googlie eyes on a pipe with a marker smile

"Natives Rule The World" in red paint on a statue commemorating the fur trader.

This is could be the best graffiti we ever get to share with you.

Do not read fur trade or even first contact, this is a statue commemorating JUST the fur trader. Likely the most exploitative and destructive ‘profession’ in Canadian history, all while depicting a nameless First Nations person.

"This sculpture commemorating the fur trade is one of the most visible representations of a First Nations person downtown. The artist "just created the Indian," says Lewis Cardinal, rather than honouring an aboriginal leader"

It also needs to be said that this statue sits on land that was taken from First Nations for the use of the Hudson Bay company and the origin of Edmonton.

Edmonton is on stolen land and this statue commemorates that history in the heart of downtown, right by city hall.

Note: We did our best to try and concisely summarize our interpretation of the politics and context around this graffiti along with some links. If you have a correction, more information or an insight into this graffiti please share it in the notes. 

Hand painted flowers and bee on a pillar under “end of the world”

Soar & Bombing Science stickers