Colourful large scale flowers cover a black matte background on the side of a modern condo high-rise.

Vibrance Overgrown

Artist: Alex Stewart

114 E 4th Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 1E9, Canada

In this mural, artist Alex Stewart seeks to break up the grey monotony of the modern cityscape by covering it with the vibrancy of nature. By introducing colourful organic shapes on a sleek, minimalist building, Stewart hopes to spark conversations around preservation of nature in urban environments.

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An underwater scene featuring two mermaids, one dark skinned and one fair skinned alongside jellyfish, skulls, and other sea creatures.

Lady Mermaids

Artist: Bronwyn Schuster, Tia Rambaran, Lani Imre, Amanda Smart

122 E 4th Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5T 1E9

The mural depicts four distinct female mermaids in progressive stages of rest and movement. The aquatic life and sea elements are meant to show the awareness of the ocean on the Pacific Coast, as well as provide a setting of transformation. The collaboration between the artists is shown through the interactions of the mermaids on the mural, as a symbol of the female cooperation that brought this mural to life.

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Three black line drawings of wolf-life figures in various surreal and grotesque poses, holding knives and balancing on log skateboards.

Three Wolves

Artist: Spencer Keeton Cunningham

2337 Main St, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5T 3C9

Cunningham is a Portland-based artist whose work has been exhibited internationally for the last 20 years. His art deals with themes of environmental degradation, skateboard culture, gentrification, contemporary Indigenous identity and rights. Mostly working with large format murals, Cunningham also uses film and sculpture as mediums, drawing inspiration from his cultural background as a member of the Colville Tribe.

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A colourful, cartoonish mural of wacky Ren and Stimpy-type characters on the side of a building.


Artist: Toilet Snake

2337 Main St, Vancouver, British Columbia V5T 3C9, Canada

Portland-based artist Toilet Snake painted this skateboarding and pop art-inspired mural for the inaugural Vancouver Mural Festival in 2016, drawing on the rebellious attitude of the adjacent Anti-Social Skateboard Shop to capture the bubbly yet chaotic aesthetic style of 80’s and 90’s skateboard culture.

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A woman with brown hair is depicted on a background of colourful leaves and other organic and geometric shapes

Luxurious Dreamscape Bubble Bath

Artist: David Ulock, Doug Nhung

148 E 6th Ave, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5T 1J5

This mural was the artists first collaboration with goal of blending two distinct styles into a cohesive, hyper-stylized mural. The combination of abstraction, organic shapes, bold colours, and the human form blend the two visions into a singular vision.

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Flowing translucent floral shapes and lines work with light purples, blues and aquamarine

Chilly Expressions

Artist: Chris Perez

10816 124 St, Edmonton, Alberta, T5M 0H3

The abstract floral is based on my ongoing exploration within my personal work.

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