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What a post-apocalyptic Toronto might look like

If the apocalypse happens in Toronto (zombies, a deadly pandemic, Doug Ford getting elected), we know what to expect: A ravaged AGO, the Rogers Centre converted into a massive shelter, and, of course, friendly signs from the City of Toronto, warning residents to beware the giant, child-eating spiders. (The CN Tower probably won't make it, in case you were wondering.)

This soothsaying comes courtesy of Fallen Toronto, a new calendar featuring post-apocalyptic views of the city by a trio of artists. Proceeds from the calendar, which is available via Kickstarter, will go to support Haphead, a sci-fi series shot and set in Toronto. (The premise: "Ten years from now, videogames are so immersive that teenagers learn lethal skills just by playing." You guys have got me curious.) You can pick it up in rewards packages starting at $30.

Check out more images below:

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Art by Mathew Borrett (1, 2), Terry Lau (3) and Sanford Kong (4, 5).


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