“It’s time to get lost in the W E E K E N D ! 💓” – Chalk Labyrinth – Second Annual Strathcona Street Party – Vancouver Mural Festival

WOW!

This image makes the colours in my Chalk Labyrinth really pop!

I chalked this during my neighbourhood Festival, the Strathcona Street Party, held on June 23 2018.

It’s was a few blocks over from where I live.

Strathcona Street Party was also the kick-off for the 3rd Annual Vancouver Mural Festival season…

It’s time to get lost in the W E E K E N D ! 💓

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