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This was a full-pager in the Walrus’ December 2012 issue, one that accompanied an article titled “How to Feed Nine Billion” about this planet's informal food system and the often awful disruptions it (and us) suffer through. Almost every selection in this above broken Global Food Systems Inc. vending machine is culled from the article itself, and I'm pretty happy with how the small waiting and hungry crowd turned out.
Printed in an open edition via Epson Stylus Pro 3880 at 17x22" on Epson Ultra Premium 192 GSM Enhanced Matte paper. Dimensions include an approximate 1.5" margin. Signed and dated. This print is archival.
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This is Edmonton on the 1st of July 1983, the day that city's Summer Universiade opened, by Raymond Biesinger.
Included in the image: the Oxford Tower, TD Bank Tower, the Metropolitain Building, Kelly Ramsey Building, the Sherlock Holmes house, the McLeod Building, the CN Tower, the old City Hall & Fountain, the Sir Winston Churchill Square cenotaph, Centennial Library, Edmonton Law Courts Building, the Edmonton Art Gallery, Sun Life Building, Groat Bridge, High Level Bridge, Walterdale Bridge, Low Level Bridge, 98 Ave Bridge, Hull Block in McCauley, Army & Navy on 97th Street (ie. Red Strap Art Market), Goodridge Building (AKA W.W. Arcarde until 1991, then the Hardware Grill Building in 1996), the Lodge Hotel, Gibson Block, Edmonton Auto & Spring Works, Russian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Barbara, Hecla Block, Bronx Bowl, Edmonton Cemetery, City Centre Airport, Grand Hotel, Prince of Wales Armouries, Canadian Commercial Bank (Bell Tower post1985), Manulife Place, Robertson Presbyterian Church, Beth Shalom Synagogue, corner of Jasper and 104th building, Jasper Block, Principal Plaza (shortly Canadian Western Bank building in 1984), Enbridge Place, Hudson's Bay Department Store, the Silk Hat, the Freemason's Hall, Scotia 1, Paramount Theatre, All Saints' Anglican Cathedral, the Old Citadel (became the Bronx on NYE 1988), North West Trust (became the Union Bank Inn in 1997), AGT Building (eventually, became Telus Plaza), Hotel MacDonald, Chateau Lacombe, the old Edmonton Journal building, Ortona Armoury (current FAVA HQ), John Ducey Park, MacDougall United Church, Rossdale Power Plant, Rossdale Brewery, Victoria Park, Chez Pierre, Oblats Maison Provinciale, Royal Glenora Club, First Presbyterian Church, the Arlington, the Legislature, AGT building, Federal Public Building, North Glenora Patio Homes, Glenora Epcor Station, Dr. L. A. Miller Residence, Jasper House Apartments, Alexander Loop Fountain, the Provincial Museum of Alberta, Government House, Olle Holmsten fountain, Lemarchand Mansion, Expert Cleaners, Armstrong Block, the Roost, Warehouse District, Molson Brewery, Westglen School, Mayfair Park Pavillion, Redbike building, Garneau Theatre, 10854 84th Avenue building, Noble Building, Douglas Manor, Lillo's, George Durand Residence, Corbett Hall, old Whyte hospital, Douglas Bock, the Strathcona Public Library, Gazebo Park, Albert's on Whyte, Raj Pannu's old office, Elephant & Castle building, Strat Hotel, Strathcona Armoury, Firehouse No. 1, Ritchie Mill, Molstad House, South Park auto dealership, the old Rebar building, the old Whyte Avenue post office, the old Whyte Ave gas station, Army & Navy on Whyte, Hub Cigar, Princess Theatre, Commercial Hotel, etc.
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This is Halifax on the 1st of April 1996, which is the moment the modern Halifax Regional Municipality was born. It's one of a series of images I put together between April of 2012 and September of 2016 showing my adopted home city of Montreal, my old home town, and a selection of other Canadian cities. Consider it part of a getting-to-know-you exercise with the nation's architecture and history. The northernmost edge of the map is roughly North Street, the Halifax Citadel and Town Clock are shown a little left of centre, and an ounce of Dartmouth is visible at top right.
Screenprinted in a 1st edition of 110 copies by Unik in September of 2016 at 24" square, two colours on archival white 80 lb Cougar smooth cover paper. Dimensions include a 1.5" margin. Signed and editioned.
Included in the image: Halifax North Memorial Public Library, St. Patrick’s Church, St. Patrick’s Glebe, St. Patrick’s School, Fort Charlotte, Cafe Ole, Nova Scotia Power tower, Camp Hill Cemetery, Purdy’s Wharf I & II, Cogswell Tower, 2037 Göttingen St. , the Grand Parade, City Hall, St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Province House, TD Centre, Bank of Montreal Building, Maritime Centre, the Carleton, J. W. Johnston building, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the Wave, Morris House, Government House, Cornwallis Park, Holy Cross Cemetery, the Khyber, St. Mary’s Basilica, Halifax Provincial Courthouse, Pier 21, Port of Halifax , Maritime Conference Archives, Fenwick Tower, Point Pleasant Park, the HMS Bonaventure Anchor, Sailor’s Memorial, 1649 Brunswick St., 1717 Brunswick St. , the Halifax Metro Centre, the Grand Parade, St. Paul’s Church, Halifax Cenotaph, Halifax Police Memorial, Grand Parade flagpole, Halifax City Hall, NSCAD historical buildings, Hydrostone Building, Admiralty House, CFB Halifax, FMF Cape Scott, Halifax Shipyard, Angus L. MacDonald Bridge, Queen Square, St. Mary’s University, Spring Garden Road, Victoria Park, Hill Cemetery, All Saint’s Cathedral, Conrose Park, Dalhousie, “Marine Venus”, the Halifax Public Garden, Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History, Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Building, Gus’ Pub, Joseph Howe School, the Halifax Armoury, 5885 Cunard, the Halifax Common, 6009 Quinpool, Video Difference, Flinn Park, the Citadel, the Town Clock, etc.