Vancouver Street Art – Mount Pleasant

Happy Friday!

Here’s the final installment of murals I recently discovered in East Vancouver. First up is Lions Gate Bridge, which spans across Burrard Inlet and connects Stanley Park with the North Shore.

Next we have an image depicting some sights at Queen Elizabeth Park. In the top left corner is Bloedel Conservatory, which I wrote about here.

I believe this is supposed to be another glimpse of Lions Gate Bridge (we also have two nearby mountain peaks referred to as The Lions but I don’t think that’s what the artist meant).

I’m not sure what this is supposed to represent but I like the tea cup. It’s not a big secret that I’m a big tea drinker.

And finally, this sprawling mural.

We had to circle back as there was initially a man hanging about blocking the shot. The things we must do to get the shot!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this series.

Bonne journée!


7 thoughts on “Vancouver Street Art – Mount Pleasant

  1. Is it weird that I’m so freaking jealous of steet artists. People who create stuff like this, they’re basically geniuses. They must’ve killed it in art class in school.

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