Or at least that's what I like to imagine.
Oh damn. I think it's hot. Just go with it.
This year's program was announced yesterday and it's promising to be even more fantastical, with Yonge Street completely shuttered from Bloor to Front to turn it into a massive ARTERRIFIC promenade, and zones encompassing the entire downtown.
We're likely to be found deep in the west end, where Toronto Artist, Max Streicher will be squeezing giant inflated vinyl clown heads into slim alleyways, and New York-based Filmmaker, Julia Loktev is installing some sure-to-be uncomfortable videos of actors attempting to cry on cue.
Chasing around, laughing like mad all night.
Reminds me of being fourteen, losing my way on the pitch dark path to the home brew fort the boys had made to smoke pot in, and stopping to stare up at moon, afraid but thrillingly alive with expectation.
Sick. It's a restored deco ride from 1936. Hit up Knucklebuster for more shots and info.
Jaw-dropping gorgeousness, fire, boys - take a moment for the whole series at burn.com.
This particular one comes from Director, Garth Davis.