“Garden Of Light”: Twilights And Nocturne Painting Of Keita Morimoto

"Garden Of Light": Twilights And Nocturne Painting Of Keita Morimoto

Toronto artist Keita Morimoto notes that New Yorkers all love New York but Torontonians always complain about their city: He is the rare painter to romanticize this place. Continue reading »

Giant Outdoor ‘Yoga Domes’ Let People Join Exercise Classes Without Worrying About Spreading The Coronavirus

Giant Outdoor 'Yoga Domes' Let People Join Exercise Classes Without Worrying About Spreading The Coronavirus
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Sick of Zoom fitness classes? If you’re in Toronto, Ontario, a new pop-up yoga studio has you covered, offering private bubble domes for touch-free sessions, a safe distance away from other yogis. Continue reading »

Creative Agency Buys $10k Of Blank Ad Space To Give Everyone A Break From Ads

Creative Agency Buys k Of Blank Ad Space To Give Everyone A Break From Ads

Wunder, an independent Canadian creative agency based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has taken out $10,000 worth of advertising space only to fill it with absolutely nothing. Continue reading »

Second Life Of The Canadian Truck In Russia

Second Life Of The Canadian Truck In Russia

An unusual winter slide appeared in Vargashi village, Russia. The Canadian vehicle that had been idling for some years finally was repurposed for winter fun. Continue reading »

Hilariously Polite Graffiti

Hilariously Polite Graffiti

It’s nice to be nice. When protesting or tagging a wall, remember to be like as polite as Canadians! Continue reading »

“When Only Sadness Remains”: Moody Street Photography By Daniel Kraken

"When Only Sadness Remains": Moody Street Photography By Daniel Kraken

Creative street shots by Daniel Kraken, a talented self-taught photographer, retoucher, and urban explorer based in Toronto, Canada. Daniel focuses mainly on urban and street photography. Continue reading »

Technicians At The Government Of Alberta Dairy And Food Canada Laboratory In 1970s

Technicians At The Government Of Alberta Dairy And Food Canada Laboratory In 1970s

Technicians at the Government of Alberta Dairy and Food Canada Laboratory help entrepreneurs develop their products. We don’t know the names of the lab-coated ‘boffins’ in these portraits from June 1970. We’d like to. Is that you. What were you doing and why? Continue reading »

Vibrant And Moody Urban Photos Of Vancouver By Mado El Khouly

Vibrant And Moody Urban Photos Of Vancouver By Mado El Khouly

Striking cityscapes and street scenes by Mado El Khouly, a talented self-taught photographer, and retoucher based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Mado focuses mainly on urban, street, and architecture photography. He shoots a lot of natural and urban landscapes. Khouly uses Sony a7R III camera. Continue reading »

“Terminal City”: Extraordinary Photos Of Vancouver 1972-1982

"Terminal City": Extraordinary Photos Of Vancouver 1972-1982
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From 1972 to 1982, Greg Girard photographed Vancouver, Canada, his home town. Before Expo 86, when the money moved in, Vancouver was a working-class port city of cheap hotels, greasy diners and neon. Continue reading »

Hilariously Polite Protest Signs

Hilariously Polite Protest Signs

Some people just can’t help themselves: they couldn’t be mean if they tried to. I suspect that most of them are Canadians… Continue reading »

Cartoonist’s Unique Take On Modern Life Will Leave You Asking For More

Cartoonist's Unique Take On Modern Life Will Leave You Asking For More

Ever wondered what art reimagined as fish would look like? Or what would cult classics be if they had post-modernist remakes? Most likely not, but a Canadian graphic designer is here to do it for you. John Atkinson, who features his work on his blog site Wrong Hands gives his unique take on everything random and wonderful. Continue reading »

Niagara Falls Freezes Over Again, Produces The Most Breathtaking Scenery

Niagara Falls Freezes Over Again, Produces The Most Breathtaking Scenery
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Earlier in January, heavy snowfall continued to blanket the Midwest and Northeast of North America, with places like Toronto experiencing temperatures as low as -24C. It’s so cold that even parts of Niagara Falls have frozen over, resulting in the most mesmerising views around. And while most people tend to stay indoors during the winter, a lot actually went out to the world-famous tourist spot just to take photos. Continue reading »

Norway Builds World’s Biggest Moose Statue

Norway Builds World’s Biggest Moose Statue

The world’s biggest moose sculpture was recently uncovered in Norway. The sculpture towers 32 feet (10 meters) above the ground, and stretches 39 feet (12 meters), and it’s located in the municipality of Stor-Elvdal in the county of Hedmark. Continue reading »

Impressive Photos That Capture Street Scenes Of Vancouver In The Late 1970s

Impressive Photos That Capture Street Scenes Of Vancouver In The Late 1970s

These impressive photographs were taken by Canadian photographer POP SNAP that shows street scenes of Vancouver from 1977 to 1979. Take a look to see how it has changed for over 40 years. Continue reading »

Canadian Artist Draws Pictures That Are As Warm As A Cup Of Hot Chocolate

Canadian Artist Draws Pictures That Are As Warm As A Cup Of Hot Chocolate

One of the most popular artists in Canada, Richard Savoie, draws pictures that are literally full of feelings of winter. His works are in many private collections all around the world. Richard didn’t plan to draw pictures professionally until he tried it and loved it. And now we can enjoy his warm and beautiful paintings. Continue reading »

“As The Circle Fades”: The Superb Book Illustrations By Antonio Caparo

"As The Circle Fades": The Superb Book Illustrations By Antonio Caparo

Antonio is an illustrator, graphic designer and comic artist living in Montreal, Canada. His works have been published on children’s books, novels, and institutional materials in the US, South America and Europe. He’s also been published in magazines such as SFX, Imagine FX and Photoshop Creative. Some of his clients include Hyperion Books, Scholastic, Harper Collins, Tor, Simon & Schuster, Random House, Penguin and many more. Continue reading »

Giant 150ft Iceberg Is Floating Past Canada, And It’s 50ft Bigger Than The One That Sank Titanic

Giant 150ft Iceberg Is Floating Past Canada, And It’s 50ft Bigger Than The One That Sank Titanic
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A small fishing village on Canada’s East Coast has been hit by a sudden flood of tourists after a 150ft tall iceberg became visible near its shoreline over Easter weekend, and they might have to get used to it. Continue reading »

Neil Zeller’s Snaps Were Taken Across Canada, Where He Photographs The Northern Lights Dancing Across A Dark Night Sky

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Neil Zeller‘s snaps were taken across Canada, where he photographs the northern lights dancing across a dark night sky. In one stunning shot, Zeller even manages to capture a flash of lightning beneath a storm cell while an aurora gives off a magnificent green glow. The photographer, from Calgary, Alberta, describes himself as a night person, and became interested in night photography about 10 years ago. Continue reading »

Canada Mints New Superman Coins

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To celebrate the 76 years of Superman, the Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Royal Canadian Mint have created four new collector coins featuring Superman from DC Comics. The decision to continue making these limited edition coins was made after the last year’s sale of Superman coins was a complete success. The newest four collector coins were crafted from gold and silver, after which the colors were applied by hand. Any true fan of superman would be delighted to own one of such coins to show off to his friends and buddies.
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Canada Goose Nests on Downtown Milwaukee Bridge

Canada Goose Nests on Downtown Milwaukee Bridge

Michael and Michelle Schwade stand with their two kids, Samuel 4, and Ellie 1, while looking at a Canada goose that has taken up residence on near the Wisconsin Ave. Bridge on Tuesday, April 30, 2013. The goose is near to the statues dedicated to Gertie the duck who made international news when she built her nest next to the same bridge in 1945 and captured the attention of Milwaukee at the end of the war. A statue commemorating “Gertie the Duck” sits on the other side of the bridge. The goose has several eggs she is sitting on. (Mike De Sisti) Continue reading »

Jeff Friesen by Ghost Train Crossing Canada

Jeff Friesen by Ghost Train Crossing Canada

Jeff Friesen‘s photography project entitled ‘The Canadian: Ghost Train Crossing Canada’ appears to show a train crossing Canada – but, in fact, the train is just two inches tall. His work captures the travels of a scale model vintage 1955 streamliner passenger train against picturesque landscapes. Continue reading »

Polar Bear is Ready to Step Up as Canada’s National Emblem

According to a Reuters report on October 28, a Canadian senator has launched a campaign to replace the industrious beaver with the indomitable polar bear as her country’s national emblem. Describing the beaver as “a dentally defective rat,” Conservative politician Nicole Eaton told the Senate that beavers wreak havoc on the dock at her waterfront cottage every summer.

“A country’s symbols are not constant and can change over time,” she said. “The polar bear, with its strength, courage, resourcefulness and dignity is perfect for the part.”

Polar Bear is Ready to Step Up as Canada's National Emblem

A polar bear swims underwater in the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec, Canada, on October 31. According to Environment Canada, Canada is home to around 15,000 of the estimated 20,000 polar bears in the world. The U.S. (Alaska), Russia, Denmark (Greenland) and Norway are the other four countries where polar bears can be found. (Mathieu Belanger / Reuters / David R Arnot)