Our Hope Dog from our VMF #MakeArtWhileApart mural lives on as banners on Robson Street.

It’s pretty darn cool to see our ‘Hope Dog’ art as banners that run along Robson Street for 5 blocks from Burrard St. to Jervis. We drove down Robson yesterday to check it out in person and even took a few good photos. Our 6-year-old daughter was delighted to see them up but it didn’t take long before she said “Our logo is not big enough”. ;)

May 19th update: An article published by the Robson Street Association is up along with the other banners from other artists and their rationale behind their pieces. Read here.

On corner of Burrard and Robson that runs west to Broughton Street.

Humbled to have our art up alongside talented artists such as Tierney Milne, Taka Sudo, and more.

Big thanks to Robson Street for the invitation to showcase our work on Robson street, just blocks away from our studio and home. It’s so nice to be repping our hood where we live, work, and play.

Big ups to Vancouver Mural Fest for including us in last year’s #MakeArtWhileApart art initiative that eventually led to this banner art opportunity. The original mural we did last year was generously sponsored by Vancity, Robson Street, The City of Vancouver, and Goodbye Graffiti.

Full project link: A Dash Of Hope mural for VMF 2020 full project