Weaving The Pacific North Weave Mural in Gastown, Vancouver.

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Weaving seemingly kinetic acrylic white lines to create this mural of beautiful Vancouver in Gastown called ‘Pacific North Weave’ was loads of fun. The first-ever collaboration with Six Hundred Four + Evo Car Share to celebrate Vancouver’s vibrant culture.

This particular mural was created without using projectors due to the odd location being at the exit point of a parkade. Instead, I opted to use a simpler approach which was to use a simple gridding system to build the general composition. Once the basic structure of the piece was done, I freehanded the entire piece. Big thanks to my assistant Aiken Lao and Mo from EVO!

I’ve created several versions of this piece and the second version is a hand drawn 60” x 40” illustration on a custom wooden canvas that’s hung at the beautiful gallery like a sneaker shop across the street at Six Hundred Four.

The illustration has also taken life as sneakers with four styles to chose from which you can now pre-order.

These shots are actually screen grabs from a video that we’ll be releasing tomorrow shot by the talented cinematographer Trevor Lang from Timelapse Films.

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