A few weeks ago I wrote a post about how street artists in Toronto were turning advertising boxes into planters. Well Toronto is steppin’ up its pace again with the latest round of plant street art by Sean Martindale and Eric Cheung. I read about their installments on The Wooster Collective, which is an amazing blog dedicated to logging ephemeral street art in cities worldwide.


You can check out Sean and Eric’s blog on their project at Poster Pocket Plants. They even offer templates so you can plant the flyer covered telephone polls and thickly covered advertising boards in your city.  Here are some more images of the project. This was posted by the Torontoist.


This one was posted by  Spacing Toronto: Understanding the Urban Landscape: