This is one of the most celebrated (and visited) prairie cities on the Trans-Canada Highway, affectionately known as "Highway 1" - mainly because there is only 1 highway in Canada. Moose Jaw has gained some notoriety of late, for being associated with gang-related booze running in the Depression Era, some obscure relationship with Al Capone, and a series of underground tunnels which housed religious artifacts and old beer bottles.
We came across David Nicholson's Moose Jaw Graffiti installation while lost on the web, and we thank the Good Lord Jesus that they're trying to learn the art of Spraying in Canada's magnificent Prairie Land.
David has been so kind as to give us permission to plant a few Moose Jaw pieces on our site, (we used to link to Dave, but Dave's not here, man. Dave, if you're still out there, good luck & may God Bless.) Following are some of the prime snippets from David's collection of throw-ups and tags, taken on the sacred land of Moose Jaw.