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My Year with a Giant Tiger

“The bright colours on and around the Giant Tiger property were what first attracted me,” writes photographer, fiction writer and landscape architect Sara Heinonen. While the Canadian discount chain isn’t known for elevated aesthetics, Heinonen’s self-published book of photography finds beauty and depth in the most ordinary of settings.

Showcasing a Hamilton, Ontario, store over the course of a year, the pictures highlight the ways that “even a humble building in a seemingly banal urban setting can offer captivating colour, light and form,” she writes.

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Barry Sampson, Teaching + Practice

Although Barry Sampson passed away in late 2020, the Canadian architect’s legacy...

Media Shelf: Canadian Lit

Three perspectives on the urban landscape of the Great White North — from dog parks to box stores.

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