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Cordova Street - unit block, south side

We’ve see a number of these buildings (or their store fronts) in several recent posts. The building to the left is 36 West Cordova, and today it’s part of the Army and Navy store, but it started life as the Hayes & McIntosh block – a butchers store founded around 1889. 776 more words

Gone

58 and 62 West Cordova Street

We had our attention drawn to this image of buildings on Cordova Street by one of our readers. The picture was taken in 1938, and the Vancouver Public Library image shows protesters headed back from the occupation of the Post Office (photographed for the Province newspaper). 659 more words

Gone

Hooper~macAirt Brighton Convention Tee

Hooper~macAirt Collaboration Limited Edition Tee Expertly Printed by our mate Daniel Johnson at  Another fine mesh Get them Here at Bigcartel  Zennotzen 12 more words

City Wonder 4

What do you make of this image? Where does it take you?

City Wonder (introduction/all posts) is a series of visual meditations on the city, exploring themes like creativity, ecology and decay/renewal. 38 more words

Written By Arthur

Thomas Hooper X Fine Light Trading - Hexad MMXIV

Earlier this year I was very lucky to start a project with Innis from Fine Light Trading, the premise was to design one skull ring based on some of my drawings and tattooing. 53 more words

2014

Arts & Crafts Building - Seymour Street

We saw the Arts and Crafts Building on the 500 block of Seymour Street in an earlier post. It was built in two stages; the first phase was designed by Thomas Hooper for Evans and Hastings and constructed by Norton Griffiths Steel at a cost of $45,000 in 1911, during the city’s first really big boom. 276 more words

Still Standing