The shading has been done with small lines of paint spaced differently to make the darker and lighter shades. Amazing how this was worked out on such a large area.
A little further up and there is a tribute to James Brindley, canal engineer.
It is on a metal strip fixed on the side of a building over the canal. On closer inspection, it has been cleverly made by punching out holes of differing sizes from the metal to create the darker and lighter shades to depict his face.
At the next lock there is this graffiti style art depicting Birmingham landmarks,
actually very clever I thought and not unattractive in it's way.
And finally, I don't know what the graffitiist meant by it, but I think it's a good word.
What does it mean to you?