Vintage-style posters capture modern Toronto

Vintage flair mixed with a hint of city life and paired with a flare of nostalgia can tell you the history of a city. Rob Croxford was... Read More

Toronto from above — big, green and beautiful — a photo essay from a helicopter by Shawn Micallef

This week in my Toronto Star column I write about a helicopter ride I tagged along on last Friday with photographer Cindy Blazevic... Read More

Instaflaneur: a new regular photo feature on Spacing from Shawn Micallef’s city wanders

Since I got a new iPhone last fall — with its rather good eight megapixel camera — the best and most useful app I installed on it has... Read More

20 pianos played across Toronto

With news that 41 pianos have been placed around the city for the public to play, musician Marc Soares set out on Friday, July 13 to... Read More

Island artist brings attention to city workers

A bright lime green building stands at the edge of the beach on Toronto’s Centre Island. Life-size photographs of City workers... Read More

NASA shows off city lights at night

The lights that make our skies glow at night are a symbol of how our civilization has grown, but ti wasn’t until the last two... Read More

My City Lives: Graffiti BoxMen Series Part 3

The Toronto based installation, Graffiti BoxMen project, was created with the intent to comment on the role of graffiti art in the... Read More

My City Lives: Graffiti BoxMen Series Part 2

The Toronto based installation, Graffiti BoxMen project, was created with the intent to comment on the role of graffiti art in the... Read More

My City Lives: Graffiti BoxMen Series Part 1

The Toronto based installation, Graffiti BoxMen project, was created with the intent to comment on the role of graffiti art in the... Read More

Event: Rivers Forgotten book launch

Buried waterways are the stuff of creepy urban legends, but in Toronto photographer Jeremy Kai’s new book, a surprisingly beautiful... Read More