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Unintentional Art

I grew up a baby boomer suburbanite. I lived most of my life in the country. Yet, I love the city.

Cities offer so much to see and do, places to visit, museums and art galleries, zoos and concerts, professional sports and excellent restaurants, and a cross-section of the world’s cultures, races, and religions. 84 more words

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Driftwood Toronto Sign

It all started with a “150” sign for Canada Day made out of beached driftwood. I unfortunately missed out on that sign, but apparently it was a hit. 382 more words

Toronto

My Experience Painting for Dublin Canvas

This summer I participated in the community art project Dublin Canvas. Supported by Dublin City Council, Dublin Canvas utilises previously overlooked public space- traffic light boxes- to boost colour and vibrancy in the city.  560 more words

Writing

Urban Art 4

This man was sketching on the pavement with reference images.

Artists like this is why Urban Art is great, it’s hard to catch an artist in the act, at ALTERNATIVE we usually only catch the ghosts of past artists such as Mssd Cnntn, it’s a real treat to see a real artist in the flesh. 11 more words

Open your 3rd Eye

Bill Hicks:
“The world is like a ride in an amusement park, and when you choose to go on it you think it’s real because that’s how powerful our minds are.   299 more words

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