Something worth dreaming of

Posted by Rosa Tang On 12:22 AM
Yaletown Park // Eros Bendato Scrippolato // Yaletown salon // Joe Sola is Making Art // Cafe de France windowshop

There's some pretty amazing culture going on in Vancouver. Of course there's always been the abundance of diverse ethnicities, but I feel particularly since the Olympics hit there's been more art installations and art projects that bring an international perspective to our city, including the noteworthy Vancouver Biennale. Check it out if you can before the installations are removed!

♡ rotang

6 Responses to 'Something worth dreaming of'

  1. suki pooki said...'> February 24, 2011 at 9:59 AM

    these are amazing photos! I need to carry my camera with me so much more! I agree with you, that vancouver has a ton of different cultures and diversity in art, I think that we should really be grateful and appreciate art so much more! It's funny because we were studying Yui Minhjun art in class and we actually have one of his public sculptures right here in vancouver! I thought it was pretty neat, since the art we usually study is somewhere halfway around the world or nonexistent anymore!


  2. Sam said...'> February 24, 2011 at 9:16 PM

    These are amazing! I've always wanted to go to Vancouver! :)

    Love from SF! :D


  3. Nonszalancka said...'> February 24, 2011 at 11:53 PM

    Amazing blog!!;) what about following each other?:D kisses from Poland <3


  4. Becisz said...'> February 25, 2011 at 8:10 AM

    amazing. ;)


  5. annette said...'> February 25, 2011 at 4:39 PM

    i saw the first pic and instantly knew it was Vancouver... such a distinct look to the buildings. heart.



  6. Kara said...'> March 19, 2011 at 2:00 PM

    Love these photos especially the first one! Officially your newest follower!


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