In addition to documenting the many images, Toronto Graffiti explores the legal, health and safety issues associated with the art. This includes interviews with artists, health and safety professionals, community workers, lawyers, and opinion pieces from a variety of relevant sources.
This book has been featured in the Globe and Mail twice, as well as CBC radio and a variety of local, national and international media outlets. It is currently being used as reference material by the City of Toronto, sold at the York University bookstore and picked up by professors at the University of Toronto, Ryerson Polytechnic Universities and showcased at Centennial College. The Toronto Public Library has also purchased several books to add to their collection. This incredible book is now also a part of The National Library of Canada.
It is widely becoming known as a deeply insightful, authentic work with significant sociopolitical, anthropological and historical perspectives.