A Glitched Vintage Plymouth Stands On End In A Canadian Parking Lot

A Glitched Vintage Plymouth Stands On End In A Canadian Parking Lot

Calgary-based artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett create large, public installations that invite people to engage in a shared experience. Their latest work cruised into Edmonton’s Brewery District late last month—a blue 1988 Plymouth Caravelle balanced perfectly on its front bumper and headlights. At first glance the car appears to have stuck a perfect vertical landing after a tragically wrong maneuver, but upon closer inspection one notices glitched segments that protrude from the vehicle’s body and front wheel. Continue reading »

Canadian Professor Transforms His Skin With 2,500-Year-Old Scythian-Inspired Tattoos

Canadian Professor Transforms His Skin With 2,500-Year-Old Scythian-Inspired Tattoos
Matthew Plexman

Getting inked isn’t a new thing. In the BP exhibition “Scythians: Warriors of Ancient Siberia”, you will find skin preserved with ancient tattoos. Dave Mazierski, a medical illustrator and biomedical communications professor from Toronto has made it his mission in life to cover his body in the same tattoos that are found on a 2,500-year-old mummy from a Bronze Age Scythian tribe. Continue reading »

Canadian Artist Transforms Herself Into Superman

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Photo by Jeff McIntosh / The Canadian Press via AP Photo

Canadian artist Kay Pike poses for a photo after she transformed herself using body paint and latex into Superman at her home in Calgary, Alberta. The Canadian artist turns her body into different characters for an Internet audience. Continue reading »

Canadian Artist Creates Miniature Dioramas In An Old Vintage Ring Boxes

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Canadian artist Talws creates miniature dioramas in old vintage ring boxes. The canvas is quite limiting, but that’s doesn’t stop Talwst, who has transformed the tiny boxes into variety of scenes. Some reference pop-culture, other history, and some are just artist’s memories made manifest. Continue reading »

Canadian Kids Are Tying Coats To Street Poles To Keep Homeless Warm This Winter

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Halifolks

Residents in Nova Scotia, Canada, have recently been confronted with a strange sight: coats tied to lamp poles. But these jackets haven’t been lost — they’ve been put there for homeless people forced to brave the freezing cold. Continue reading »

If Disney Princesses Were Canadian

As they should be, amiright?

Cinderella
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