An East Van Cross made out of leaves appeared in a park this week (PHOTOS)

Nov 1 2018, 8:14 pm

The East Van Cross is an iconic piece of public art and this week, someone decided to pay homage to the structure and celebrate fall in the city as well.

The leafy work was seen in Burrard View Park on Monday, and the creation was captured and widely shared on social media.

 

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Also known as “The Monument for East Vancouver,” the real east Van Cross was created by artist Ken Lum and was erected in 2010, on a city-owned piece of land, just off of Clark Drive and East 6th Avenue.

 

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Unbeleaf-able!

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