#NoFilters, Kids! Holy S#!T. Do you ever see a photo or a 30 second spot (or longer) that just get’s under your skin, latches on to your soul and consumes your thoughts for the rest of the day?
On Friyays we share graffiti, Pitches! I thought it would be great to follow one topic for at least a string on posts, for once! Last Sunday, I took about 4-5 hours and walked from Graffiti Alley towards Bellwoods, and then went from Queen and Ossington up to Bloor and Ossington. I think Graffiti Alley … More Ossington: Street Art
Is it the 60s or am I just really digging this mural? ^ What would be a series of posts with out a part three 🙂 It’s a wonder I did not split this last post over two, just like all ‘great’ movie franchises. Anywho, this will be the last one from Montreal for a … More Montreal Street Art: Part 3
Montreal had so many good works that I could not possibly share them in one post. This one is poifect 🙂 I’m currently looking for some references that highlight the artists behind some of the murals! In the meantime, here is part two in my series of Montreal street art. The posts you are seeing … More Montreal Street Art: Part Deux
Montreal, May 2017 By now, if you follow along on here or on the Insta- you may have noticed what my grandma would call a ‘shit ton’ of street art/graffiti pictures. Which is super cool to me. Growing up, I had no interest in anything art related. Fast Forward to 25 and I think this … More Montreal Street Art: Part 1
*Insert Matthew McConaughey voice for the following*: The thing you gotta understand is.. there is no right or wrong way. Trips come in all different shapes and sizes, just like noses.. You’ve done it. You’ve planned it out or maybe you’ve just dreamt up your next trip and are finally sharing it with your friends/coworkers: You- ‘Hey … More 3 Things: Supporting Travel Dreams
Outside of staying in the Cinque Terre, Sintra was hands down my favourite town over the last 2 months of my trip. After taking a day trip here from Lisbon, I knew that one day would not be nearly enough to experience the town and I would end up returning for 3 nights. Sintra became … More Simply Sintra