DAILY GRAFFITI: NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH EDITION

Canada-based artist Andrew Lamb has plastered over 70 Neighborhood Watch signs with various superheroes. The results look way better than the original signs, but it’s funny because vandalism is illegal. Guess the neighborhood isn’t being watched as closely as those signs would have you believe.

Question: You’re part of your local Neighborhood Watch and you see some joker doing this to signs. Do you bust him or let him go an account of if being awesome?

(CBC va CBR)

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Canada Mints 75th Anniversary Superman Coins - Step It Up, America!
Superman may fight for truth, justice, and the American way, but it’s the Canadians who were gracious enough pay homage to the Man of Steel with this set of seven limited edition coins.
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These coins range from $30-$100, but if you want the gold one pictured above, it’ll set you back $750, but those prices are in Canadian dollars, so expect to pay just a little bit less if you’re paying with real money (i.e. the American kind). Get them here.






This one above is actually has a lenticular face that shows a different image from different angles. Crazy!
(via Geekologie)

Canada Mints 75th Anniversary Superman Coins - Step It Up, America!

Superman may fight for truth, justice, and the American way, but it’s the Canadians who were gracious enough pay homage to the Man of Steel with this set of seven limited edition coins.

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Canada Releasing Second Glow in the Dark Dinosaur Coin

Yeah guys, second. The first coin in this series was of a Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. This second coin Canada is releasing is of a Quetzalcoatlus — an old flying reptile that isn’t really a dinosaur, but kind of is.
The coins glow in the dark and expose the dinosaur’s skeleton. They’re worth 25 cents, but they cost $30 to actually have. Fair trade off if you ask me. 30,000 of this series of coins were made and are limited to only 3 per household.

Canada Releasing Second Glow in the Dark Dinosaur Coin

Yeah guys, second. The first coin in this series was of a Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. This second coin Canada is releasing is of a Quetzalcoatlus — an old flying reptile that isn’t really a dinosaur, but kind of is.

The coins glow in the dark and expose the dinosaur’s skeleton. They’re worth 25 cents, but they cost $30 to actually have. Fair trade off if you ask me. 30,000 of this series of coins were made and are limited to only 3 per household.

A Little Bit On The Skateboarding Side: This is footage from this past October’s “Leeside Halloween Jam” at the Leeside Skatepark in Vancouver, BC. It’s pretty much just a bunch of grown men in silly costumes shredding the gnar and crashing into each other in an abandoned graffiti-covered transit tunnel as assorted fireworks go off.

God, I wish I could have been there, but my bone density isn’t what it used to be and my night probably would have ended with a trip to the E.R.

(via Hypebeast)

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