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.
A large red devil statue with a very prominent feature has shown up outside a Vancouver SkyTrain station.
A colourful mural at Cambie Street and 18th Avenue that was created as a fundraiser less than a decade ago was torn down as part of the construction of a […]
The massive eye-catching mural going up on both sides of the concrete silos on Granville Island represents a significant moment in Vancouver’s public art scene, but is also a reminder […]
Love jelly beans? Well, you won’t be able to eat these ones.