I’m sure you heard that the Simpsons came to Canada-and did you hear that they managed to offend all the Newfoundlanders when they did? I had just finished crocheting Homer when the episode dropped and was a bit concerned about the reception he would receive...but that couldn’t stop me from letting him hit the streets … Continue reading Homer comes to Newfoundland
It’s my first permanent street art in Newfoundland and I tell you all about my inspiration, how to and what I learned from it!
Crime Stoppers launched a complete fail of a project in St.John's this summer. The idea was to remind folks of the important and anonymous role they play in keeping their cities safe. In reality though, the posters portrayed St. John's as a dangerous, crime riddled back-alley; not the charming jelly-bean town that Newfoundland tourism has … Continue reading Stencils in the City
Yes! Another interview! This time with the fabulous Ladies Fancywork Society! These chicks are so rad; they’re rocking the funkiest crocheted street art you could ever imagine. In fact, some of it is so funkadelic it‘s totally out of this world! They’ve gotten themselves tangled up in all kinds of art and lucky for us, … Continue reading Interview with The Ladies Fancywork Society
Yes! We're back with another artist interview. Isn't this just the best? We're on a proper street art tour of the world! And it's far from over too. Today, we're travelling to Cyprus and getting to chat with IPH.Arts. She's a street artist with a beautiful and unique approach to...Embroidery! Check it out. *************************************** 1. … Continue reading Interview with IPH.arts