TORONTO, May 27 /CNW/ - We are pleased to announce the completion of our new roof installation that combines history, advertising and art in one iconic landmark. Drive by 3442 Yonge Street north of Lawrence and see 17 life size sculptures sitting on top of the illuminated billboards. The artist, Sergio Furnari created these sculptures from the famous photo "Lunch Atop a Skyscraper" that was taken when the RCA building at Rockefeller Centre, was being built in New York City in 1932.
The North Toronto building, where the statues rest, is at 3442 Yonge Street and was built in the 1920's. It was purchased by David Share Associates, Lawyers in 1997 and they restored the building to its original condition. Working with Abcon Media to bring this project to fruition there has been an overwhelming response from local businesses, city counsellors and the art community. This is the first of its kind in Canada and after several years of perseverance, everyone involved in the project is thrilled to see it completed.
Share Lawyers feel excited about the meaning behind the sculptures as it relates directly to their practice. As Toronto's Leading Insurance Litigation Lawyers, they are dedicated to representing individuals whose insurance claims have been denied. Like the sculpture, the message is that all people, regardless of background, can experience the frustration of being left hanging by their insurance company. As the men on the roof literally hang on a beam of support, Share Lawyers wants to be your beam of support.
The statues will be unveiled on May 29th and will become an iconic landmark in Toronto.
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