Whatever this is certainly doesn't do much to add to the setting's aesthetic.
But that’s just because Tom Bob hasn’t worked his magic yet.
There. That's better. And a lot more memorable.
Unfortunately, much of this work is technically considered vandalism since he’s “defacing” property that isn’t his.
But it’s hard to argue that he’s really harming it.
Wherever you stand on that issue, the fact remains that his work doesn't last long once it's up.
I mean, this isn’t exactly a museum he’s working in. It’s open air in a big city. It’s meant to be touched, altered, and maybe even covered up.
It doesn’t belong to him when it’s done — it belongs to the neighborhood.
This one might be my favorite.
It’s such a fun marriage of boring city infrastructure and the surreal and fantastic.
He's not above some clever wordplay!
What’s remarkable about this is that he’s able to produce it without jotting down a single word!