Canstruction – Toronto

The 15th annual Canstruction returned to Toronto this May, once again inviting some of the city’s most prestigious architects to have some fun and spread some love by creating sculptures out of food cans for a good cause. This year’s Canstruction Competition saw the giant likes of an Instagram symbol, a loonie, a flower in its pot, a portrait of Queen Elizabeth, a jungle gym, a windmill and more — all crafted purely from cans of non-perishables. The massive works of art were on display in Toronto’s Financial District until May 31, when they were disassembled and donated to the Daily Bread Food Bank.

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