Queer Long Beach based Photographer, Editor, Foodie, Artist and Geek trying capture life at its best and worst for the sake of art.
I shoot Analog and Digital. Film is my first love!
Can we talk about how in the first gif Sam looks like an excited puppy that is ready to gain some knowledge. And then bitch face! I really like this scene but I completely understand why it was removed from the final cut. Either why Jared looks adorable in the first gif! [x]
It’s an equivalent of a puppy getting bopped on the nose with a rolled up newspaper.
A New Cast of Characters for Toronto’s Neighborhood Watch Signs
To see more of Andrew’s creative Neighborhood Watch modifications, follow @dcmism on Instagram.
Where some may have seen only an old sign faded after years of sun exposure, Toronto artist Andrew Lamb (@dcmism) saw an opportunity. Since 2012, Andrew has treated his hometown’s weathered Neighborhood Watch signs as a blank canvas, adorning them with whimsical figures from pop culture.
"My work tends to deal with altering urban infrastructure in a playful manner," explains Andrew. In this case, it’s about repurposing municipal infrastructure to "invoke nostalgic happy memories" with the help of characters as diverse as Zelda, Bruce Lee and the Planeteers.
What are the keys to success when modifying a sign? “Use a laser printer, not an inkjet,” says Andrew, “and don’t fall off your ladder.”