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“💥Fancy Shmancy Dance Moves” – Green Masking Tape Labyrinth – Hinge Park – Vancouver

💥Fancy Shmancy Dance Moves. Jesse can't wait to try out his new dance moves at the Rockin Riverfest this year. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 . . #dancingsensation #bustamove #layoffthesauce#badbromance @rockinriverfest #summerofkevandjess #rockinriverfest#latex.#video #instavid #instagramvideo #votd #vid #instavideo #videogram #videooftheday #instavideo #bestvideooftheday #igvideo #igvid 🤣 A post shared by Jesse Burch Kevin Watt (@summer_of_kev_and_jess) on May 23, 2018 at […]

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“Somebody made a Chartres-style Labyrinth just west of Olympic Village.” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Hmmm…. This is not a Chartres Design. Though labeling it as such is totally understandable. Most people have never encountered a Labyrinth. The few people who happen upon Labyrinths usually find the popular Chartres Style 11 or mini Chartres 7 Lane Labyrinth. Ergo, all Labyrinths look the same when you’ve only ever encountered the same […]

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“We were crossing the Cambie Bridge when we noticed this cut into the grass down below” – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

I have little idea how many people walk this Stone Labyrinth I made. Because of the ease of photographing this location from the Cambie Bridge, perhaps this work of mine may be more Giant Outstallation Art than Labyrinth… ? #urban #crop #circle #amazing #maze #shaman #art #downtown #city #citylife A post shared by Michael Boyce […]

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“Vancouver’s own crop circle but made from stone.” – Rav Brar – Spyglass Place Labyrinth

…A Crop Circle made of Stone is a…. Stone Circle. Or, a Stone Labyrinth, which is what I made here, Vancouver’s own Spyglass Place Labyrinth. Vancouver’s own crop circle but made from stone. A post shared by rav brar (@djinnslayer) on May 21, 2018 at 3:45pm PDT

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“That’s cool, really cool that it’s a Labyrinth and impressive that the lines are so straight” – Chalk Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

That's cool really cool that it's a labyrinth and impress him that the lines are so straight A post shared by Jeremy Mryoyothrower (@mryoyothrower) on May 21, 2018 at 1:57pm PDT

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“A random find on our walk in Olympic Village today” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

A random find on our walk in Olympic Village today #labrynth #vancouver A post shared by @ dawnleonard___ on May 20, 2018 at 4:07pm PDT

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“🤔” – Neal Jennings – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

I kind of surprised how much more this stone Labyrinth I made at the south end of Spyglass Place has been photographed and shared online, compared with my guessing that it might be so when I began placing the first few rocks… “🤔” Indeed. 🤔 A post shared by Neal Jennings (@nealjennings) on May 19, […]

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“Found some colourful footprints on the way to work!” – Amy Massiah – 6th & Fir Park – Vancouver

I chalked a little Labyrinth about a month ago… and apparently, it might still be there! As a design motif, many of my Labyrinths include chalk outlines of my shoes stepping towards the entrance. These footprints are, or were, made in 6th & Fir Park, located beside the start of the Arbutus Greenway. Found some […]

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“When I was a kid (4th or 5th grade), I loved drawing mazes. I took a small notebook of them to school and a classmate offered to pay me a nickel for one.” – Ryan Green

When I was a kid (4th or 5th grade), I loved drawing mazes. I took a small notebook of them to school and a classmate offered to pay me a nickel for one. He showed his friend, who also wanted one. I got another nickel. Word spread, orders flowed, and my pencil scribbled more mazes. […]

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“She kinda made it 😅.” – Robson Square Labyrinth – Downtown Vancouver

She kinda made it 😅. A post shared by Tete (@sovannytetehas) on May 17, 2018 at 12:41am PDT

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Jumping Rope atop Green Masking Tape Labyrinth – Hinge Park – Olympic Village – Vancouver

Messin’ around in the sun; I love the way the camera picks up the white cord of my @buddyleejumpropes #ropemaster Anytime Anywhere Rope to Success!! #jumpropeworkout #vancityjumps #elementathletic #vancitybuzz A post shared by Element Athletic (@elementathletic) on May 16, 2018 at 11:30pm PDT SUNS OUT JUMP ROPE! And that’s all I have to say about […]

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“Mini maze🚶🏻‍♀️” – Kelly Lee – Olympic Village – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Like the many blades of grass now rising around the rocks, this image with its perspective of showing Olympic Village in the background is growing on me. Most photographs of Vancouver Public Labyrinth appearing online take the opposite perspective and have False Creek and the Downtown Vancouver skyline as it’s background. Mini maze🚶🏻‍♀️ #ootn #springnight […]

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“I’m a sucker for a good piece of art 🎨 What you can do with a pile of rocks 🙌🏼” – Sabrina Vi – Olympic Village – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Though this image was just posted, this is a wonderful photograph of the Vancouver Public Labyrinth before I re-arranged the rocks from these concentric circles into its current and more complex final design. I’m a sucker for a good piece of art 🎨 What you can do with a pile of rocks 🙌🏼 #publicart #girlsbestfriend […]

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“This way to the Matrix…” – Eric Michael – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

Quite surprised how long lasting this chalk Labyrinth has turned out to be. Perhaps there are unique conditions at this very spot, the material of the paver bricks, the sea air around this pocket of South East False Creek, and being a corner that is less frequently walked upon yet beside the desire line of […]

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“Finn’s trying to find his way through the Labyrinth” – Felicia Cope – Spyglass Place Labyrinth – Vancouver

Finn’s trying to find his way through the labyrinth #vancouver #labyrinth #dogsofinstagram A post shared by Felicia Cope (@feliciacope) on May 15, 2018 at 6:35pm PDT

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