Pics taken by Resa – January 7, 2020
Gen Z has a lot to say, and my long time friend, Elizabeth Gracen is providing them a platform to say it all.
Elizabeth, founder of Flapper Films and Flapper Press says in her introduction to the project, “I would create a platform so that they could upload their own videos to the project. The films would stream on Instagram and a YouTube Channel for those little screens they are all obsessed with.”
Is there a Gen Z person in your family, who has something to say? Then check out The website !
You’ll be hearing more about Flapper Press On both GLAM and Art Gowns in the future. My next Art Gown will be dedicated to Elizabeth, and I am very excited!
Pics taken by Resa – December 30, 2019
Martha and the Muffins were part of the cultural evolution that made Queen St. so awesome.
It’s amazing what I find painted on power boxes in the streets of Toronto.
Here’s Martha and the Muffins!
Pics taken by Resa – December 22, 2019
It’s very dark and dank, with eerie lights at regular intervals. I’m not big on the underwater pieces, because it does nothing to relieve that dark dank feeling.
At least we are above water now.
I’m confused about so many homeless in Canada’s richest city.
Who did we paint this for?
I spoke with a couple of the homeless. They seemed happy to have the walls painted. The other side is VERY different from this. That’s another post, later.
Pics taken by Resa – September 29, 2019
Above: There was a homeless woman living a few doors over from me, in front of an empty store. She’d leave her belongings there in the day and come back at night to sleep. One day, a business moved in. They bundled her belongings and put them at the curb, where the trash gets picked up.
I’ve seen and posted this artist’s (Hello Kristen) work before.
It’s always been like torn wall papers.
This time there is a woman in a hat in front of the wallpaper.
Had some trouble with sun coming up over the top, so I had to filter a few shots.
Pics take by Resa – November, 2019