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People who love Toronto are telling it so, via love letter

People who love Toronto are telling it so, via love letter
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Under the cloak of anonymity, local artist and writer Lindsay Zier-Vogel has thought about small things she loves about Toronto, written them down on paper, put the notes in air mail envelopes and distributed them throughout the city for strangers for the past eight years. The much-loved Love Lettering Project has expanded to Halifax, New York and several other metropolises, but in Toronto, it has mostly been a one-woman show—until this summer. Zier-Vogel is now inviting the public to join her in penning odes to the city’s graffiti, waffle selection, and tall tall buildings, among other things at various love lettering events. Need an incentive? The responses from people who have found these letters are pretty awww-inducing. [h]

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