We usually make fun of “street artists”, since that’s usually a euphemism for “I have a trust fund”, but occasionally, they turn out something neat. And Toronto’s Posterchild, who you might remember from the whole ridiculous bomb scare involving his attempt to put Mario blocks all over that beloved Canadian city, is doing just that.
Mostly, what he’s doing is making Batarangs out of foamcore and gluing them to various public signs and telephone poles. Oh, and also spray-painting bootprints with that distinctive Bat symbol onto walls leading up to the roof.
But is he going to put a bunch of question mark trophies around the city and then mock us every time we find one? Images of his work, courtesy of Comics Alliance, under the jump.