During recent years, a wealth of colourful and innovative public art has sprung up around my vibrant hometown of Vancouver, British Columbia. Photographing as much of it as I can has become one of my latest projects. You can see the results in my new image gallery Vancouver Public Art. Please check back often as it is a work in progress.
A number of the artworks shown in the gallery are part of the Vancouver Biennale, a non-profit endeavour promoting public art. The image above shows the whimsical Giants mural painted by Brazilian graffiti artists Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo (also known as OSGEMEOS) on huge silos at the Ocean Concrete factory on Granville Island. It is their most ambitious mural to date, and they used about 1400 spray-paint cans to create the enormous figures, which were unveiled in September 2014.