When an ill-fitting Mickey D’s billboard is one of the highlights of a building, you know you’ve got a problem. This poor baby is a sad polyglot of remuddling, with local favorite, vinyl encasing much of the building, but a bit of brick peeking out at the corner, like a high slit dress on a leggy blonde. Truly confounded by the painted over little square windows (?) and more vinyl underneath.

Best guess that there was a smoky bar within these walls sometime in the past 40 years. The shingles up top, where more vinyl has obviously fallen away make this look even more confused.

Surprising with how many graffiti ‘artists’ we have in the city that this thing isn’t tagged to the max with these wide swaths of open vinyl. Seems like the ideal type of billboard for such a canvas.

Anyone know what this used to be? Or thoughts on what it could be?

Location: NW Quadrant