This rogue urban beautification project was a welcome sight on Queen Street in Toronto.
As cities ride out the recession, more shop spaces are being left vacant and poster-covered, creating a depressing reminder of the difficult economic times being faced.
Though it is likely no permission was given for this, guerrilla gardening is not just a fun, unexpected sight on the way to work, but it can also be a positive morale boost for people tired of bad news by giving them something positive to look at.
Unfortunately, it is unknown who is responsible for these guerrilla gardening projects.
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