Some of us prefer to have our raw fish served on plates. I know, it’s crazy. But travel to Florida and you can have an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet served on a naked woman.
Over at the Rage Room in Toronto, visitors get treated to a soothing experience like no other. No, I’m not talking about meditation. I’m talking about taking a bat and smashing stuff.
Well, that’s one way to get anyone’s attention. Two Toronto-based designers have come up with a novel solution to help increase cyclist visibility at night: Bike Balls, modified tail lights that look like a pair of bobbing, glowing testicles. You read that right. A pair of nuts can save human lives!
Canadian artist Jacqueline Poirier treats a plate much like how everyone else does: as a canvas. Only difference is, she doesn’t decorate it with culinary art. She creates another kind of art instead.
Last week we introduced you to the cool artwork of Dorota Pankowska, the Toronto-based artist behind the ‘+1 Add Friend’ buttons. Now we’re back with something equally as quirky and cool from the artist: Crayon Business Cards!
While most of us have taken to social media to make new connections, Toronto-based Dorota Pankowska tries to bring friendships back to the real world with her Facebook-inspired pin.
Meet Moxie, a six-year-old Portuguese water dog whose job in life is to make sick kids smile. She works as a certified therapy dog at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, and spends her days cuddling.
April 4 this year was International Pillow Fight Day. So it was either fight or flight for the thousands gathered in designated public spaces across the globe in the battle of soft, fluffy fun. From New York to London, Vienna to Hong Kong, this event is held in more than a hundred cities each year.
What do you get when you combine two great steampunk artists and a bunch of old watch parts? Some pretty interesting sculptures! Two great steampunk artists – Sue Beatrice and Justin Gershenson-Gates – joined Dan Tanenbaum in a Watch Parts Motorcycles collaboration.
Compared to the standard four-by-two saunas we sweat it out at gyms and hotels, this beauty designed by Canadian studio Partisans is one of a dream kind that we wouldn’t want to get out in a hurry, heated up or not. A large percentage of the prefabricated design was constructed before it was transported and installed on a private island’s prehistoric formation by the bay, located at the north of Toronto.
As Climate Change looms and sea levels rise more and more people are affected by flooding. What might it be like if the whole word was under water? This performance installation in Toronto explores just that concept. Holoscenes is a work of art by Lars Jan, founder of Early Morning Opera. The installation involves a large glass tank within which sits a performer.
Two reasons why you should grow out your facial hair for Movember. One, it’s for a good cause; you get to raise awareness of men’s health issues like prostate cancer. Two, you get to have a luscious, manly moustache keeping your upper lip warm and snug. Now if those aren’t good enough reasons, Toronto-based ad […]
It’s improv season again in Toronto and actors, comedians, performance artists are out on the streets to play. Amongst the many participating, there is a group taking fight improv to a new level. They are fighting strangers! One hooded improver stands behind a sign reading ‘Fight me’ while holding a fake sword. If the stranger grabs the sword, combat soon follows.
Is your name Elizabeth Gallagher? Are you Canadian? There’s a round-the-world ticket with your name on it, literally
All you have to be is Canadian. All you have to be named is Elizabeth Gallagher. Check both those boxes and you’ve scored yourself a round-the-world trip with Jordan Axani. So who’s this Jordan guy? He’s the ex-boyfriend of another woman named Elizabeth Gallagher.
Well, just how beautiful are these? ‘Very’ doesn’t even come close. According to Toronto-based photographer Thomas Daggs on his site, the series is reminiscent of his young imaginative mind as a young Star Wars fan, who, at the age of eight, saw elements from the trilogy everywhere he turned while growing up. These doctored images […]