Toon Bombing Street Art

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Aiden Glynn, Toronto-based designer, transforms the street, scrap iron, bitumen into funny and contorted creatures. He adds eyes, dangled tongues and moustaches to any object which has interesting shapes we could see while we wander in the street.
Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Aiden Glynn`s sreet art

Tags: moustaches funny object shape scrap iron Aiden Glynn eye creature interesting tongue street art
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