Neighbourhood Watch signs in Toronto are supposed to look like this.
But thanks to a mysterious artist, a lot of them look like this.
These modified neighbourhood watch signs around Toronto are the best. pic.twitter.com/7abiMPtXpv
— Matt Galloway (@mattgallowaycbc) May 28, 2014
The 30-year-old man behind most of the signs goes by the pseudonym Andrew Lamb, according to The National Post, and works a day job making puppets. When he saw the houses on many of Toronto's Neighbourhood Watch signs were beginning to fade he decided to replace them with the pop culture icons of his childhood in the '80s and '90s.
Here are some of his greatest hits. Works of pure genius in our humble opinion.
— Rebecca Zamon (@RebZam) May 9, 2014
— Seb FoxAllen (@purpledocket) May 28, 2014
— Michael Kolberg (@mikeykolberg) May 28, 2014
— Ken Alguire (@Ken_Alguire) May 28, 2014
— Ms. Érable (@SneidiTee) May 28, 2014
— David Fono (@fonograph) May 29, 2014
— Mischa Levine (@mischalevine) May 29, 2014
— Laura Godfrey (@laura_godfrey) May 28, 2014