Move Over Food And House Porn, Here Comes Toronto Sights Porn

Now that we have your attention …

This may not be the type of porn you were expecting. However, it will definitely get you going … in an aesthetically pleasing sort of way.

At this point Toronto’s got so many photogenic locations it’s tough to decide where your next Instagram will come from. It’s almost like cities these days are becoming trendier and more visually appealing as a result of social media.

The phrase “do it for the Insta” may now be on the agenda in urban-planning boardrooms. But we’re not complaining … Our city is thriving.

Check out some of the coolest pictures of Toronto on Instagram right now.

OnTheGoMag

Take me out to the ballgame (just to get a good Instagram).

Art Gallery of Ontario

You’ve been excited for over a year, since we announced the exhibition and asking when tickets will go on sale for months…and now we can announce that tickets for Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors will go on sale for members on December 12 at 12pm, and for the general public on January 16, 2018 at 12pm. Due to the unique nature of the #infiniteKusama experience, all tickets will be sold in specific time slots. There are no refunds or exchanges of tickets for this exhibition. The exhibition will be on display from March 3 to May 27, 2018. For more information, and answers to *all* your questions head to ago.ca/kusama • Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room – The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away, 2013. Wood, metal, glass mirrors, plastic, acrylic panel, rubber, LED lighting system, acrylic balls, and water, 287.7 × 415.3 × 415.3 cm. Courtesy of David Zwirner, N.Y. © Yayoi Kusama • #yayoikusama #infinitymirrors #kusama #torontoexhibition #dots #art #installation #5womenartists @hirshhorn @seattleartmuseum @thebroadmuseum @clevelandmuseumofart @highmuseumofart @shiseido #japanfoundationtoronto

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This picture may be extremely cool, but it still doesn’t do the exhibit justice. If you haven’t already checked out all the amazing pictures of the Infinite Mirrors all around social media — you’re missing out on some eye-candy. But you’ve also got to check it out in person at the AGO. Do it for the Insta!

TorontoMortgageMan

On Toronto’s 184th birthday, countless people gathered at our beloved Toronto sign in Nathan Philips Square for a massive birthday party. Happy belated, Toronto!

Go_Toronto_Canada

Ever wonder if it were possible to make the TTC cool? Photography like this can do it. And look at our iconic CN Tower peeping through those (what we’re also known for) glass towers.

TheRealMattLove

It’s always nice to be appreciated by non-Torontonians. And this photographer is based out of Vancouver, so he must be used to some incredible sights. This photo of Toronto’s skyline and the lights that fill our great city at night will give you chills.

ThankYouToronto

Don’t Look Down 👀 Via @MaxWhitehead6 #ThankYouToronto

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If you’re afraid of heights, this picture may not be for you … But for everyone else, this picture has a major wow-factor.

FirstClassDrones.TO

No caption necessary indeed. I mean, that sunset. The view. The colours. This is drone photography at its finest. This account is all drones. For now, the company specializes in real estate photography.

Bora.Vs.Bora 

The Gooderham Building (AKA the Flatiron Building) is one of Toronto’s most iconic structures. There’s loads of history behind it — dating back to 1892.

ROMToronto

Ahhhh the ROM. Although museums are mostly known for what they have on the inside, it’s quite possible this museum is equally as admired for its incredibly designed exterior.

Tam_From_Canada 

History. Art. Architecture. Design.
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