RAW’s graphic party

A shindig with superheroes and s'mores? Yes please.

Architecture firm RAW always throws uber-creative (and uber-fun) parties in Toronto (last year’s was held at a bread factory). For last week’s shindig, it commissioned a band of graphic illustrators to produce a pictorial commentary on the creative process behind the city’s shifting landscape. An empty warehouse space on Ossington featured floor-to-ceiling graphics depicting comic book superheroes as they “leap tall buildings, brainstorm, and wrestle with ideas about density, design and streetscape.” The food was also pretty darn creative, with s’mores over an open fire and monochromatic food in primary colours.