The Monument to the War of 1812 was designed by Coupland, ever the provocateur, in part as a statement against American revisionism of the War of 1812.
At the corner of Bathurst Street and Lake Shore Boulevard, is a pair of toy soldiers looking for all the world as though they have been discarded by a wayward child.
Some might say they were…
Personally, I love the 3D TORONTO Sign. It’s interactive, it’s jovial, and it challenges Toronto’s reputation as a city that is undistinguished and staid. True, it’s hard to put a […]
With no maintenance plan and no long term strategy around the sign’s usage, council has to wrestle with how best to manage the installation.
Arguably the most popular piece of public art on display in the City of Toronto currently, the 3D TORONTO Sign lights up Nathan Phillips Square with its bright, changeable LED display and has been drawing in visitors and residents alike since it’s unveiling.
Since that time, a $40 million dollar revitalization of Nathan Phillips Square has seen further improvements to the space occupied by the memorial.
As imposing in bronze as in real life, Sir Winston Churchill’s memorial can be found in the northwest corner of Nathan Phillips Square.
What do you give the city that has everything?