Runnymede Rd. underpass graffiti artist work… Post date March 22, 2012 Post categories In Uncategorized Is quite lame. Who ever is doing this could put some more time and effort into it. Tags The Junction Post navigation ←Previous post:Is the Hole in the Wall the place to be?→Next post:New store or film set at Dundas St. W. and Mc Murray Ave. 4 Comments That's the Runnymede underpass. The Jane underpass has tiles similar to the ones at Jane subway station. I agree that such vandalism is ugly and also wasteful of the perpetrator's time and money. Loading... Thanks, why my mind does that I cannot understand, I was standing in the underpass posting the post. Nothingressingbon my, not in a hurry, just out. Thanks for noting it A.R Loading... Agreed, very uglyThose are tags which are usually an obsession to 'get your name up' in your neighbourhood. The black tag "CGZ" is horrible in terms of style and is all over the place. I can't read it from that angle but the red one is another person attempting to insult the CGZ owner by writing over top. Think of it like dogs marking their teritory by going over another dogs scent. From a property owners stance the most effective thing that you can do to counter tags on your land is to cross it out with a marker or a single stroke of spray paint. There are several areas around the Junction employing the 'cross out' method. If you walk into the alley across Keele from Russett and Empire you will see that almost everything tagged on the walls back there has been crossed out. Loading... Manditory castration should be considered. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.