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“I love my city! There’s always something new to see. Came across this chalk Labyrinth by pure chance” – Tina Coon – City of Labyrinths – Vancouver

I love my city! There’s always something new to see. Came across this chalk labyrinth by pure chance #scienceworld #labyrinth #lovemycity #vancouver #falsecreek #summertime #solucky A post shared by Tina Coon (@tina.coon) on Jun 20, 2018 at 10:45pm PDT

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“This kid’s the real maze runner” – Science World – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

This kids the real #mazerunner . . . . . . #vancouver #science #scienceworld #canada #kids #kid #fun #water #falsecreek #seawall A post shared by Scott (@scottty.mac) on Jun 20, 2018 at 12:06pm PDT

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“Intersection re-imagined” – Chalk Labyrinth – Car Free Day – Main Street – Vancouver

Intersection reimagined #mainstreet #carfreeyvr #vanpoli #vancity #vancouver #lowermainland #vanplan #plancouver #canplan #bcpoli #urbandesign #publicspace #walk #bike #activetransportation #carfree A post shared by Rhi Myfanwy Kirkland (@rhiannok) on Jun 20, 2018 at 8:46am PDT

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“Visited this Labyrinth last night. Almost half a kilometre from the start to the centre, and after he got out he wanted to go back in again.”

It was very nice to meet Dan and learn how his Little One has taken to walking all the Chalk Labyrinths I’ve been making around Science World and the False Creek Neighbourhood. Visited this labyrinth last night. Almost half a kilometre from the start to the centre, and after he got out he wanted to […]

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“A puzzling discovery.😎” – Chalk Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

A puzzling discovery.😎 #streetart #chalkart #maze #labyrinth #falsecreek #sciencecentre A post shared by Guntis Grikis (@weezul_gg) on Jun 19, 2018 at 9:18pm PDT

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“Beauty in Familiar Places” – City of Labyrinths – Maryam Lantana Turundu – Vancouver

Really pleased with how people are enjoying and appreciating my latest Chalk Labyrinth along the Seawall south of Science World… #beautyinfamiliarplaces #cityoflabyrinths A post shared by Maryam Lantana Turundu (@boss_like_la) on Jun 19, 2018 at 3:58pm PDT

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“Vancouver City of Labyrinths” – Sidewalk Chalk – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

#vancouver #falsecreek #sidewalkchalk #labyrinth A post shared by Jesse Parker Holmes (@jparkerholmes) on Jun 19, 2018 at 10:26am PDT

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“Gratitude to the citizen artists of Vancouver for creating this Chalk Labyrinth. 10 peaceful morning minutes found at the foot of Ontario on the sea wall of False Creek.” – Eric Rhys Miller

You’re most welcome! Happy Walking! Gratitude to the citizen artists of Vancouver for creating this chalk labyrinth. 10 peaceful morning minutes found at the foot of Ontario on the sea wall of False Creek. A post shared by Eric Rhys Miller (@ericrmiller) on Jun 19, 2018 at 8:27am PDT

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“Little love letters to Vancouver” – Chalk Labyrinth – Car Free Day – Main Street

“Little love letters to Vancouver” A post shared by mschrades (@mschrades) on Jun 18, 2018 at 9:04am PDT

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“🔸Labyrinths and Play 🔸 Ever since I started studying Labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. These ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month.”

The Labyrinths I’ve been in Chalking in MacLean Park are meaningful for people . . . 🔸labyrinths and play 🔸 . ever since i started studying labyrinths, they seem to pop up everywhere around me. these ones were drawn in chalk at the MacLean Park playground in Strathcona some time last month. walking a labyrinth […]

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Kristina – Chalk Labyrinth – North East False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

#vancouver#labryinth#totems#adventure A post shared by Kristina (@tinasalt33) on Jun 7, 2018 at 9:26pm PDT

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“Vancouver was so pretty… someone had drawn a Labyrinth with sidewalk chalk along the river. So beautiful. 😍 ” – Sandy Lee – False Creek Seawall

That someone be me! And thank you! Vancouver was so pretty… someone had drawn a labyrinth with sidewalk chalk along the river. So beautiful. 😍 #labyrinth #vancouver #heysandylee A post shared by @ heysandylee on Jun 6, 2018 at 11:57am PDT

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“I went for a walk last Friday evening and found the Labyrinths.” – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

They look…. moist. Once the rain comes and properly washes them away, I’ll head back and chalk some fresh Labyrinths along the False Creek Seawall. Likely after Ramadan. I went for a walk last Friday evening and found the Labyrinths. The witches of “da ‘hood” have been busy. #falsecreekseawall A post shared by Naelyan Wyvern […]

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Oscar – Chalk Labyrinth – North East False Creek Seawall – Vancouver

Vancouver City of Labyrinths! #labyrinth A post shared by Oscar (@oscares8) on Jun 3, 2018 at 10:00pm PDT

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Steph’s Labyrinths – False Creek – Vancouver

Steph’s Labyrinths is an Instagram feed which includes three different Labyrinths I’ve made as part of my Vancouver City of Labyrinths Project . . . False Creek, Vancouver #labyrinth A post shared by Steph's Labyrinths (@stephslabyrinths) on Jun 3, 2018 at 3:51pm PDT False Creek, Vancouver #labyrinth A post shared by Steph's Labyrinths (@stephslabyrinths) on […]

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