East Vanistanis are passionate about chocolate biscotti, coffee, and gratuitously long coffee spoons.
Beautiful East Vanistan bursting with blindingly brilliant blossoms!
Is it a metaphor for life? Well, yes and no. It’s symbolic of both the rejection and spreading of love and humanity that one can see in the universe, showing both its meaninglessness and infinite beauty. Or else some talented East Vanistani visited one of East Vanistan’s Puff Shops and was inspired to create a second Green Fairy. Either way, this is a nifty, whimsical piece of East Vanistani street art.
Vancouver mural artist furious after Commercial Drive artwork covered in anti-pipeline graffiti again
East Vanistani debate: do we support those practicing civil disobedience in the name of environmentalism, or those advocating for the integrity of artists and their work? It is rather sad that two voices, expressed through different media, are speaking out against the pipeline but are in conflict with one another rather than working cooperatively for the same goals. Alas, even idyllic East Vanistan has its problems.
I wouldn’t have taking this picture if she wasn’t wearing those leggings. If you are trying to rock this look, you must really commit. Dreads don’t just wash out.
This bold, beautiful fashionista is clearly an East Vanistani [if the dreads and awesome leggings didn’t give it away, the signature Drive flags and Wonderbucks store front in the background did…]!