This annual cans-for-a-cause competition pits architecture teams against each other to create larger-than-life art installations using thousands upon thousands of cans of food, all in the name of ending hunger (every can is donated to City Harvest).
Head down to Brookfield Place from November 3-14 to see the unveiling of these engineering spectacles, all built after months of planning, and check back to see if your favorite takes home any titles in judges’ categories like Best Use of Labels, Best Meal and Structural Ingenuity. You can even vote for your favorite sculpture.
This year's sculptures include a hot air balloon, a bodega cat, Buckingham palace and lots more.
Admission is free, but do your part by donating some canned goods to the cause.