Holiday Gift Guide 2012: a playful illustration of Toronto in all its glory
Presents for the home can be tricky—you don’t want the recipient to feel obligated to display a gift that’s not to their taste. However, any proud Torontonian will appreciate this Raymond Biesinger print, which depicts the city on June 26, 1976, the first day the CN Tower opened to the public. The black and grey tones will match most decor schemes, and it’s great fun to try and identify St. Lawrence Market, Osgood Hall, the Drake Hotel, the AGO and Casa Loma, among others. For gifts to non-Torontonians, Biesinger also has portraits of Montreal, Quebec City and Ottawa. $40. See 18 other gifts for the home »
Available at Kid Icarus, 205 Augusta Ave., 416-977-7236.
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