If you go by Morton Park near English Bay in Vancouver you'll see a group of giant bronze statue sculptures depicting a laughing man series called A-Maze-in Laughter. This piece launched the Vancouver Biennale, a public art exhibit across the city that showcases 31 artists until June 2011. Seeing this display naturally brings out the need for people to goofily emulate the expressions on the sculptures. I don't know who this guy is, but he was mocking a statue for his own friends' cameras (left) until he abruptly decided he no longer wanted his photo being taken when he saw my lens aimed his way as well (right). I laughed. These sculptures work.