When rolling the streets of Toronto, there was something about the lone parked bike that would catch my peripheral. Often it was a break in parked cars that would unveil a view of a bike that would compliment the urban landscape. Sometimes in such a manner as if to suggest it was born on the spot and never left home.
A discerning eye may recognize that in some cases the claim on territory is in fact deliberate. Whether an art gallery, yogurt shop of day care centre, there is intent in forming identity and bringing in a little self-promotion to the commercial property.