I think about the wall often. Many ask me about it. It no longer exists. But lives on in my heart. My new friend, Chrissy
I love the evolution of the street art creative process- the pasting of original art and letting it go into the world… Like the journey of
Recall: Preview Part 1: Preparation Part 2: Travel Part 3: Art Camp Day 1 Part 4: Art Camp Day 2 Part 5: Art Camp Day
Recall: Preview Part 1: Preparation Part 2: Travel Part 3: Art Camp Day 1 Part 4: Art Camp Day 2 — Part 5: Punky Lake
Recall: Part 3- Day 1 Today: Williams Lake/ Punky Lake Summer 2016 Diary- Part 4: Day 2 The Wall It doesn’t take long to make
I need to raise some funds quickly and what better way than to dive right into my 2016 commitment to reviving the joy of street
Personalized paper dresses in MY signature style and YOUR chosen theme! HAND DRAWN HAND SEWN ORIGINAL ART WITH EMBROIDERY DETAILS UPCYCLED/RECYCLED — CONTACT ME at firstname.lastname@example.org TO CUSTOM
UPDATE: May 2, 2015 1:48 PM- DRESS IS SOLD! It will be worn at the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Detroit exhibit! THANK
The Alpha Secondary School heART Project Youth-run initiative using the vehicle of street art to address social and emotional intelligence and life- and transferable skills,
Valentine’s Portrait Sale! ONLY $40 CAD per portrait Regular price ranges from $100-$300 ENDS MIDNIGHT PT Feb 8, 2015 Drawn in my signature street art style using
I am so excited to be part of this incredible project inspired by my hero JR: MOUNTAINSIDE SECONDARY: Inside Out Project: Own Your Journey Youth-run
Molly, my graphic novel, is not just an illustrated work of creative non-fiction, nor is it simply about one cold case- it is a Vancouver story.
INTERACTIVE ART Art is a powerful tool to facilitate connection and healing. For me, art is not about the finished product but about the creative process.
Latest gallery of wheatpaste sessions with Intersections Media Opportunities for Youth Society and Byrne Creek Secondary! All my street art projects are inspired by JR
Today was my last session of the Cultural Identity Project with Laura Mathers Grade 8 class. I am so honoured to have worked with such
CULTURAL IDENTITY PORTRAIT PROJECT SESSION 6 OF 7, BYRNE CREEK SCHOOL GR. 8 Recall previous posts about this project: Does wheatpaste work on a ceiling tile?
No matter what the end goal, it’s witnessing, sharing and experiencing the creative process that drives me.
“Lighting new cigarettes, pouring more drinks. It has been a beautiful fight. Still is.” – Charles Bukowski
I will be facilitating a really exciting Cultural Portrait pilot project at a local high school in a couple of weeks. The plan is for
@bypoststreet was first conceived on Feb 12, 2013. In a year, my daughter and I have created three limited edition t-shirt collections, hosted several successful art events
What is the point of a piece that is meant to be temporary? Work that is impermanent reminds us that nothing in life is permanent,
Making a painting in a studio can be a bit stifling at times, but when you add the street installation element to it, it begins
We trust in plumed procession For such the angels go – Rank after Rank, with even feet – And uniforms of Snow. ~Emily Dickinson Anyone
Frida Angel pasted at 18th and Valencia. A taste of my incredible San Francisco trip for by post street. Thank you to SF for a
The soul, fortunately, has an interpreter – often an unconscious but still a faithful interpreter – in the eye. ― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre
Huge thank you to Brianna Baker, Chrissy Capilano, Dan O’Brien, Zöe Harvey and Warren Nicolson for being part of the latest wheatpaste session at our
The original inspiration: JR, a French street artist, uses his camera to show the world its true face. He makes his audacious TED Prize wish:
My daughter and I [wearing our by post street tees] as featured on the cover of WE Vancouver! For complete article go to: POST NO
@bypoststreet won tickets to the new movie, Gimme the Loot, as part of an INSTAGRAM challenge! http://gimmethelootmovie.com/ The latest session at THE WALL: Josh Langston
RECENT PHOTOSHOOT AT “THE WALL” Clothing Designer: Michelle Leung Photographer: Kali Banner Editor: Steven Roste Model: Eugenie Lin