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The TTC gets a new Drake-inspired logo

Drake's had quite the influence on Toronto. He's changed our city's name, boosted the Raptors and made the CN Tower relevant again. Now, his moniker has inspired one artist to recreate the ubiquitous red and white TTC logo.

Designer Paul Syng posted his version of the TTC logo to Instagram. While it looks similar to the original, it features a subtle nod to the six god.

Syng, of course, isn't the first person to reimagine our transit logo. Numerous artists and designers have put their spin on it over the years.

Some of these are much more successful than others. And as locals continue to play with this logo, it'll be interesting to see what the TTC comes up with if it ever decides to rebrand.

What do you think of this Drake-inspired TTC logo? Let us know in the comments.

Photo via @paulsyng.


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