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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

We live & die in this town...


Vegas - Gas Child, originally uploaded by S.Vegas.

Evening mission with Jerm IX and Open5. Beer, fun times and paint, everything a growing boy needs!

Vegas - Gas Child

Collab tag wall
Tag wall

& getting a test spray up...
Vegas - Gas Child

Cheers, Vegas.

Stanley park...


Vegas - Gas Child, originally uploaded by S.Vegas.

As a sunday outing, this has to be one to do again. Midday hit, Stanley park beach.

Vegas - Gas Child

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Gas Child


Vegas - Gas Child, originally uploaded by S.Vegas.

So this brings us almost up to date (sorry, but work has really got in the way). Bit of a daytrip this one, wandering the streets with Jerm IX, finding spots. and taking shots.

One of the few times where we've not ended up getting chased by cops too! (though admittedly one did go up in a gallery)

Vegas - Gas Child

Vegas - Gas Child

Vegas - Gas Child

Cheers, Vegas.

We live & die in this town...


Vegas - Gas Child, originally uploaded by S.Vegas.

Stepping it up in scale with the project, and starting to get some love in the city too. Fun times!

Vegas - Gas Child

Rain rain go away...


Rain rain go away..., originally uploaded by S.Vegas.

Apparently this worked, it's 30 degrees an climbing here!

You're all welcome, Vegas.

V-TARP The Vancouver Transit Adspace Re-appropriation Project - Installation 34 - Vegas

The final V-TARP?

Well, it looks like it, but these ran for ages. An amazing end to a fantastic project.

V-TARP The Vancouver Transit Adspace Re-appropriation Project - Installation 35 - Vegas

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Vegas - Gas Child


Vegas - Gas Child, originally uploaded by S.Vegas.

This project has been a long time in the making, and was put partly on hold for V-TARP but is now hitting the streets at last.

The Gaschild image was inspired originally by an old photo of a Disney branded child's gas mask from WW2. It was a few days later when I moved past the image itself to wonder if this was just a glimpse of what's to come, 65 years ahead of it's time.

As we continue to pollute our environment, at a barely abated rate despite our knowledge of what we are doing, what will we leave for our children? Will the Gaschild return?

We live & die in this town.