Thursday, October 20, 2011

Pink and Invisible bikes in Toronto

Toronto Pink Bikes street art is coming to an end with news that the bicycles will have to be removed from the streets. Many of the two wheeled transportation turned installation art have been vandalized and the City is making the two original artists, including creator Caroline Macfarlane, pick up the bikes without a lot of help from anyone.
The bikes came in a neon rainbow of colours and I even found an invisible bike hanging locked up in Trinity Park which is just outside the Eaton Centre. Only the one front tire hadn't been painted in invisible ink.

Some more of the fall leaves in Trinity Park, there might even be more invisible bikes in the picture.

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