‘Church st’ is part of the Toronto collection which features photos of prominent landmarks that are digitally altered to bring to surface feelings of passion for the great city. Images are transferred onto artistic birch plywood which gives the collect a sense of natural timelessness. Proudly made in Canada.
“Church Street is one of Toronto’s older thoroughfares. It’s also a street rich with history, from the presence of our own Flatiron Building at Wellington to Ryerson’s campus around Gerrard St. to the Village at Wellesley. When the Market District was the centre of commerce in Toronto, Church was one of the city’s most important north/south streets, providing access to places like City Hall (before it was located on Queen Street), the St. Lawrence Market and, of course, St. James and Michael’s cathedrals. We might not be as church-focused in Toronto nowadays, but make no mistake, these were crucial destinations at the turn of the century.” https://www.blogto.com/city/2014/01/what_church_street_used_to_look_like_in_toronto/