If the snow isn't blowing in your face, walk down King Street and look up to see a larger than life sculpture on top of the Spoke Club. Created by artist Max Streicher, the sculptural piece called the "Giant Babies" is placed on top of the 100 year old building to celebrate the club's 10 year anniversary. The artist has done some similar pieces like his floating giant installation at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and some mind-boggling recycled billboard art for Nuit Blanche. Other recent public art around the city includes Douglas Coupland's crayon-inspired columns outside the Emerald City Condos in North York or revisit our map of Where to See the Best Public Art in Toronto.
· Larger-Than-Life Sculptures Grace Rooftop of Spoke Club [Post City]
· Douglas Coupland's Public Art is Inspired by Crayola [Curbed Toronto]
· Where to See The Best Public Art In Toronto [Curbed Toronto]