Toronto Poetry Vendors Vending Machine

This lovely project popped up in Toronto a couple of years ago and we only became aware of it now. The re-purposed vending machine concept reminds me of another project we at the CDR hold near and dear which also serves up exclusive pocket-sized pieces of art.

From the creators:
Toronto Poetry Vendors is a mechanical poetry journal which operates out of refurbished gum vending machines. Produced twice yearly, issues consist of 10 single, hand-folded broadsides by 10 Toronto-based poets, which can be purchased from the machines for a toonie.

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