The Toronto Snapshots collection is trip through the places and spaces around Toronto that make the city unique. Grab your camera because these illustrations may just inspire the travel enthusiast in you for your next Toronto tour! These digitally drawn illustrations can art up your walls and home decor, and are a great conversation piece. You can get art prints in our shop or metal posters on Displate.
Housed in a 127 year-old historic landmark with a rich past, The Broadview Hotel is an iconic gateway to one of the Toronto’s most captivating neighbourhoods. What was once the notorious strip club Jilly’s, has been one of Toronto’s largest transformation projects.
Casa Loma is one of Toronto's most famous landmarks. Built in 1914 as private residence for Sir Henry Pellatt, it now serves as a museum and landmark. The view from the towers is breathtaking to say the least with a view of the Toronto skyline from this white elephant atop the hill.
With approximately 1.5 million visitors each year, the CNE is Canada's largest annual fair and the fifth largest in North America. The first Canadian National Exhibition took place in 1879, largely to promote agriculture and technology in Canada. Over the decades, the CNE has now become an annual Canadian family tradition.
Located on the trendy Queen Street neighbourhood of Toronto, guests can choose from 37 unique, artist designed rooms. The Gladstone was converted from a skid row flophouse to an arts and music hotspot.
Pedestrian Sundays at Kensington Market
In 2018, the Kensington Market BIA celebrated 15 years of Pedestrian Sundays. The event marks a celebration of this unique Toronto enclave where the streets close off to vehicles and street performers and artists take over.
Nathan Phillips Square
At the heart of the city lies a popular city public square. Nathan Phillips square enjoys the backdrop of Old City Hall, New City Hall, and a view of all three from the Sheraton Centre is breathtaking.