While wandering the streets of Toronto yesterday with a couple friends, we stumbled through the Kensington Market region in the downtown core, which becomes an urban pedestrian market every Sunday.
At one end, a series of creatures emerged from the overgrown garden of a house, catching my eye and my imagination.
I haven’t been through the artist
Moses Kofi’s web site, but offer it (and some of his creations) here for your amusement and intrigue.
Don’t get too close
Be careful even in the urban forests
The devil waits to snare you with its tongue
Check his web site out to see his other incredible creations
Faster than he looks, he’s hard to escape
Predator-like, the creature wields a mighty weapon
PS I am in no way connected with the artist…I just really like his stuff!
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