For those of you who don't know already, we are being featured in the CONTACT photography festival for our second year in a row!

We have our work displayed throughout the city: in the Bloor/Yonge subway cars and in windows in the East end of Toronto. To celebrate, we are asking everyone who sees our work to snap a photo and share it with #pwbcontact by May 31st for your chance to win.

But, it's not that easy. We arn't telling anyone the exact location because well, we arn't sure what subway cars they are in but also because we want to send you on a scavenger hunt for the window displays.

Feel up to the challenge AND want to win great prizes? Start hunting...

Window displays

  • Feel off the beaten path..take a streetcar stroll toward this gem of a neighbourhood, host to the best in obscure cocktail bars and quirky shops

  • Cross this quaint truss-style bridge which first lit up to welcome the world at the Pan Am Games. Note the motto it bears "This river I step in is not the river I stand in.”

  • Symbolic for this neck of the woods, look down to see the curving blue brick water line in the sidewalk, look up to see the treelined street named after the majesty herself

  • Built in 1893, this site at Broadview (sharing the same name) is now a preservation & restoration project in progress

  • From vaudeville staple to 1960s B movie cinema turned infamous music venue, you'll pass this historic theatre that booked a young Kurt Cobain on his rise to icon status

  • Spot this landmark sports heritage mural by Monica Wickeler and you'll be a stones throw from our PWB window!

  • See us yet? Just steps away we share our southwest corner with this statuesque beauty