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It was fun(ny) while it lasted, which by all accounts wasn’t long.
There’s a guerrilla street artist afoot in Vancouver, and they are leaving their one-wheeled mark on the city’s bike lanes.
There’s a new piece of guerrilla art in Vancouver, and it makes up in penguin what it lacks in penis.
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson has whitewashed the mural he commissioned for his own Kitsilano home after failing to secure a permit for the artwork.
The love for Vancouver’s late, great “Penis Satan” statue is still going strong.
What else would a popular man-about-town do these days besides establish a social media presence?
A pop-up art installation in an affluent Vancouver neighbourhood aims to comment on society’s fascination with sharing details about our personal lives.
What went up had to come down yesterday, according to the City of Vancouver, who removed a voluntarily-erected devil statue from its prominent spot in Grandview-Woodland.