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Toronto's infamous Hooker Harvey's just got a new tribute. Few fast food joints in Toronto or anywhere, really can boast the kind of cultural cachet held by the Harvey's at Jarvis Street.
Hooker Harvey's, as it was once formally labelled by Google Maps , is a part our heritage. If you don't believe me, float the idea of replacing it with a condo building and watch the masses freak. The nickname itself may be outdated, sure, but it's distinctly Torontonian — and it will likely endure until everyone who grew up in this city over the past 30 years dies. Even if the hamburger joint shutters. Even if developers do, in fact, pave paradise and put up a parking lot. We can thank projects like Voidz Toronto , which celebrate "the weird, gritty side" of our city for that — the side that includes colourful locales like Hooker Harvey's and the Dufferin Mall Parking lot.
The fun side that, as the artist behind Voidz puts it, "has always given this place its unique character. Using a combination of photography and 3D visual effects, the artist has been creating surreal images using the city as his canvas since August, starting with a trippy reverse sinkhole at Toronto's busiest pedestrian intersection.
Cinema 4D and After Effects mostly. All of the work on Voidz Toronto, save for one guest post, is by the same artist — all of it motivated by "the grittiness and unique dark humor of Toronto. I'm obsessed with news, politics, art, design, music and documentaries," says the artist of what inspires his work. His goal for the account is just to keep having fun making Voidz and to grow as an artist.
That said, he's open to to tips for interesting locations "or ideas that are meaningful to people. Hit him up on Instagram if you've got one, or simply get lost in an abstract Toronto where giant balls bounce around at random.