The Nova Scotia Power parking lot should be reclassified as more than just a graffiti wall; the site is so stuffed with murals and tags, some of the art has started to spill over onto the ground. The graffiti now extends to the paved floor of the parking lot, creating a truly immersive den of urban art. The only significant patch of unused space is on the wall closest to Morris Street, which has already been tagged with the phrase: “Please respect this space/wall...more soon!” Looks like the wall won’t stay creamy beige for long.
1st runner-up Hollis Street construction
2nd runner-up Barrington by Hilltribe Designs