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Colour Me Toronto is a data visualisation project that maps the diverse shapes and colours of the buildings located in Toronto’s downtown core, aiming to curb the reputation Toronto holds of being a dreary city from an architectural perspective. 

This project plays with the notions of scale and trans-coding; taking a complex urban landscape and transforming it into a simplistic two-dimensional map designed to be printed as a 3-foot long poster.

By: Erik Babinski and Justice Walz




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