27. south of detroit, canada. nodsquad. I like to watch too many anime series at once, draw faces with one line, paint pictures of girls, listen to the same albums on repeat forever (last.fm - well_ha_ha_ha - kind of lacking since my iphone wont scrobble), explore abandoned railroads, play the drums, and make stickers to slap up on pellissier between wyandotte & park st. i like to think of the streetlights as my own person gallery, just like i once used bike racks to display knitting. my instagram is the same username as here, if you want to be friends :) send me a message with your username so i can make sure to add you back :D
"Sometimes being yourself is more important than the protection you get by fitting in", which I think is a sentiment most queer people can relate to. The painting is of Drew Deveaux using a photo by Ellen Stagg.
When you’re walking around town something as ordinary as a bent railing might not draw your attention at all, let alone make you wonder how it happened in the first place. But if you’re a street artist named OaKoAk (previously featured here), you don’t just notice the damaged railing, you envision a tiny Bruce Lee as the cause and then make it happen so the rest of us can enjoy the fruits of your awesome imagination.