Tag Archives: street art
I got down to Cambridge Saturday morning to catch a short burst of street art before reluctantly getting on with my other weekend travels. This is the inaugural spin of the Cambridge International Street Art Festival and I like everything … Continue reading
It is often the case that when you find art you dig, you find people you really click with, too. That’s how it is for me with my friends David Hoover and Darryl Wiebe at Compressed Company down on Borden … Continue reading
My good friend David Hoover reached out last week to tell me about a small art show he and his collaborator Darryl Wiebe were putting together. Together they form the collective Compressed Company. That show is running tonight until 11pm … Continue reading
This is Waterloo. Dorset St at Princess.
Stencil on sidewalk post, Erb St W. DW
Aerosol on canvas – Woody Woodfield Dave and I dropped down to…
A most unexpected and cool opportunity, while at Toronto Maker Faire: urban exploration of the Evergreen Brick Works! This was the most amazing combo of beautiful semi-decay and interesting weather-sheltered street art.
With my laundry barely dry after a week in San Fran, I headed out to see David Hoover’s one-man-one-night show Saturday night at The Sign Depot in Kitchener. I’m sure glad I did. Dave’s got this awesomely fresh creativity, channelling … Continue reading