The Toronto subway is a rapid transit system in Toronto, consisting of both underground and elevated railway lines, operated by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). It was Canada's first completed subway system which opened in 1954 with 12 stations. Since then, the system has
expanded to become Canada's largest rapid transit rail network and the
second busiest, behind the Montreal Metro. The subway system is a very popular mode of public transport in Toronto, with an average of 1,054,200 passenger trips each weekday.
This artwork comes in the following styles:
We use Metallic paper for our posters. Metallic paper features a unique pearlescent surface that offers sharp details and beautifully saturated colors. Plus, Metallic is strong - resistant to tearing and curling without any additional lamination. This paper uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers that result in striking, three-dimensional, lasting images on an ultra-bright background.
A simple yet elegant answer to your bare walls – your Metallic print is permanently laminated onto a sturdy and lightweight wood-fiber board with black edges giving your art a professional, gallery look with out the need for a frame. The board-mounted print is protected with a waterproof matte finish, and a "keyhole" grooves in the back allows it to be hung easily.
Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Bring a little bit of the art gallery home with Gallery Wrap Canvas, the latest contemporary presentation trend. With Gallery Wrap Canvas, the print extends around the sides of the canvas, which is precision-folded and attached to the back—not the sides—of the stretcher frame. And your Gallery Wrap Canvas print will look amazing as a stand-alone work of art.