World–renowned artist Janet Echelman has coloured Vancouver’s waterfront with a billowing beauty. This incredible net sculpture that spans 745 feet is suspended between the rooftops of the Fairmount Waterfront Hotel and the Vancouver Convention Centre. It is her largest and most technically ambitious installation to date. It is made from Honeywell Spectra fibre, a lightweight…
The snow is melting and the weather is pleasant – so what excuse is there to not get out and do something fun? Treat yourself to a classical concert at the Vancouver Symphony Opera or explore the architecture of Daniel Evan White at the Museum of Vancouver. If you like to explore, come learn more…
Andrew Wallace began building wooden fish boats in 1894 in False Creek. He established Wallace Shipyards in 1905 and the following year moved his operation to the North Shore, to what is now the area just east of Lonsdale Quay between Waterfront Park and St. George’s Ave. In 1921, Wallace Shipyards was renamed Burrard Dry…
Sisu is a Finnish word that has been defined as strength of will, determination, perseverance, and acting rationally in the face of adversity.
These ghost-like salmon seem to be swimming through ghost-like buildings that are shifting in and out of reality.
On the left side of the photo is Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite’s latest installation outside the Shangri-La Hotel on West Georgia St.
Gesamtkunstwerk is the lettering on the bronze-coloured panel on the side of the Mini Storage building facing the Howe St. ramp of the Granville Bridge.
Just as we post messages and photos on Facebook, Canadian street photographer Kaid Ashton posts samples of his photos on newspaper and grey Canada Post boxes.
Vatican Mask is one work from Urban Thunderbirds / Ravens in a Material World, a unique, bold and beautiful exhibition of contemporary First Nations art at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.
This photo is a small portion of the block–long mural on Beatty St.
In the heart of Paris, a few metres from Saint-Eustache, one of the most impressive churches in the city, and surrounded by the reconstruction of Les Halles, the site of a traditional market place dating from the 12th century, sits the incredible 70 tonne sandstone sculpture consisting of a head and a hand cupped for listening.
The antique cars in the right of the picture are headed north on the Cambie Bridge to celebrate the location of Canada’s first gas station at the corner of Cambie and Smithe, outside the entrance to Pacific Landmark Condos.