In the last few years, the streets of Vancouver have undergone a bit of a makeover.
Mainly part of the explosion of the Vancouver Mural Festival, a city-wide initiative that connects artists with public spaces, corridors of the city have been swathed in graphic murals from a wide-ranging breath of artists. Vancouver-based artist Tierney Milne has become a favorite in the city with murals in public spaces as well as some of the hippest offices in town. Her distinctive style blends graphic hard-edge geometry with bold color—transforming spaces in to a kaleidoscopic experience.
Farmboy Fine Arts caught up with the muralist over coffee to chat about the psychology of space and creating unexpected moments in art.