Thunder Bay Graffiti Art Show

The train sat for pictures only for about ten minutes. Where the next show will be? Who knows?
Thunder Bay Graffiti Train
Graffiti on trains is a trend world wide.

THUNDER BAY – A travelling art show rumbled through Thunder Bay today. The graffiti on the sides of the box cars was in the Fort William dowtown near the Kam River Park for only about twenty minutes this morning before the train headed off to points unknown. The Thunder Bay Graffiti Art Show was only on site for about twenty minutes.

Trains are canvases for artists all over the world.

Graffiti train in Thunder Bay
Train cars make for mobile canvases for artists.

In Europe some of the trains are painted with graffiti to a degree that the companies almost encourage the art.

Graffiti Art Shows happen world wide

The train sat for pictures only for about ten minutes. Where the next show will be? Who knows?

The art is often shared online. Websites like the Graffiti Art Blog share the art form.

graffiti art
After a few minutes, the graffiti art show headed off.

Windows are also a place where artists share their work.

In Thunder Bay, the art form is starting.

Window Painting in Thunder Bay
Window painting in Thunder Bay – Victoria Avenue East.

In cities like Calgary Alberta, and across the United States, window painting is a high level art form. For the Calgary Stampede, hundreds of windows across the Stampede City are painted.

Calgary Window Painting
Windows across Calgary are decorated for the Calgary Stampede

Calgary Window Painting is one of the Calgary Stampede Window Painting specialists.


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