I'm not sure what's more fascinating, this cool sculpture itself or the fact that it was created by the author of Generation X, Douglas Coupland, whose 1991 book popularised the term and managed to capture the feeling of a generation.
Digital Orca sculpture
As well as being a pretty incredible writer it seems the Vancouver native is multi-talented and is an equally impressive visual artist as well.
I really love this sculpture of an Orca killer whale and the way it breaks down into cubic pixels, it's very clever and intriguing to look at.
You'll find the unique sculpture in Coal Harbour near Vancouver's Convention Centre and next to the Olympic Cauldron, built for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Vancouver's Olympic Cauldron
It's a great location as it has the backdrop of the water behind it and the snow-capped mountains in the distance, making it even more visually compelling.
Between this contemporary piece and the Freezing Water sculpture in Vanier Park, there's lots of interesting sights to discover in Vancouver....