Vancouverites are going wild for these colourful umbrellas in Yaletown (PHOTOS)

Jun 1 2018, 8:37 pm

Although Vancouver weather over the past week has been more than ideal (aka, it hasn’t been raining), Vancouverites still find themselves flocking towards umbrellas.

The latest public art display to be installed in the city, a colourful array of hanging umbrellas, has been catching the eyes and attention of people passing by Yaletown – and for good reason!

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Located at Bill Curtis Square, behind the Yaletown-Roundhouse Skytrain station exit, the project is the newest piece of work from the Yaletown Business Improvement Association (BIA).

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Details surrounding the project are still slim but if one thing is for sure, it’s that Vancouverites can’t get enough of the bright colours and aesthetics.

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Besides, with the coming rain that’s supposed to hit Vancouver any day now, maybe they’ll come in handy. If nothing else though, they sure look great in an Instagram shot.

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