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Toronto artist re-imagines the Blue Jays logo

With the baseball season now upon us, it's fair to say that Toronto's caught another bout of Blue Jays fever. We also have a thing for raccoons in this city. Now, one artist is bringing our two obsessions together in a parody logo, which I recently spotted at La Carnita John Street.

Yes, the local taco mini-chain partnered with visual artist Rob Collinet and it's now giving out 2,000 small prints of his re-imagined Jays logo to dinner-time customers.

La Carnita John Street still has plenty of prints to give away if you're looking to get your paws on one. Collinet is also selling them for $15 via online retailer Society 6.

What do you think of Collinet's logo? Let us know in the comments.


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