A city with ?? #driftwood #Toronto #lakeontario #nature #beach #artist #summer #ilovewhereilive #thesix #tdot #cntower

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Now Toronto’s most famous sign might sit at Nathan Phillips Square BUT there’s a new sign in town and it’s hanging out on the rocks in Humber Bay Park.



Artists Thelia Sanders-Shelton and Julie Ryan came together and created a brand new Toronto sign using washed up driftwood.




#home #Toronto

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Since it’s been created, the sculpture has grabbed the attention of many locals and all visited the new Toronto sign and was also a major hit on Instagram.  The best part … the sign has the entire Toronto skyline behind it.



Let’s hope that the sign survives the weather and remains where it is.



Take a look at some pictures that were posted on Instagram, below:




The #lakeshore is always a great place for a #walk

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