Inhabit the Contradiction

  • Bait Station

    Bait stations remind us that unwanted and unseen living creatures exist.

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  • Food Chain•

    Being the greenest city in the world by 2020 means there’s a big program in place to change our behaviour.

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  • Mirage•

    Industrial structures look gentle and unthreatening in the soft early morning fog.

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  • Piles•

    “Piles” is a colloquial term for hemorrhoids. And “sulphur” used to be called brimstone.

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  • Feeding Frenzy•

    Siwash Rock looks like a small child tree who wants to wander off into the dangerous unknown.

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  • Great White

    “Great White” brings three concepts to mind: Great White North, Great White Hope, and Great White Shark.

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  • 4/21 Morning, Unleashed

    The 4/20 celebration in Vancouver is comparable to the Fireworks Festival except with fewer liquor containers and more food wrappers.

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  • The Grind•

    Escape is often an uphill struggle, whether cultivated or naturally grown.

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  • Inukshuk

    Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics logo was intended as a world welcome. Locally, it’s more of a pretty insignia for beach volleyball.

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  • East Van X

    The East Van Cross is an emblem of light which is both a threat and a beacon.

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