Nathan Phillips Square's famous TORONTO sign now has some competition, at least temporarily. A second TORONTO sign—this one made of driftwood and drywall screws—was installed on a breakwater at Humber Bay Shores Park in late-July. Created by artists Thelia Sanders-Shelton and Julie Ryan, the temporary installation has become one of the city's hottest selfie destinations. 

Photo of the Day, Toronto skyline, Humber Bay Shores Park, TORONTO signDriftwood TORONTO sign in Humber Bay Shores Park, image by Craig White

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