Toronto's King East Design District debuts with 15 installations.

You’re not going crazy. You didn’t just step onto an Alice in Wonderland film set. The trippy installations on streets and buildings from Church to Parliament in Toronto are part of the neighbourhood’s transformation into KEDD, or otherwise known as the city’s new King East Design District. The announcement to re-imagine the area was made earlier this month, and about a week ago, 15 artworks – from dozens of petite pink elephants to gigantic park tables to chair-built sidewalk tunnels – were released to the public by 3d parti. You could get your art fix during the city-wide, once-a-year Nuit Blanche festival this weekend, but if that weekend hangover prevents you from doing so, know that this gem of a neighbourhood is ready to relieve the itch any day or night of the year.