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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    A schoolgirl looks at a Superman logo that is part of the installation "Heroes Fighting Hunger" during the 21st annual "Canstruction" exhibition and food drive in New York, Nov. 4, 2013. Teams of architects, engineers and the students they mentor compete to build large-scale sculptures made entirely out of unopened cans of food.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Despicable Hunger: Minons CanRise!" by Perkins Eastman/Harlem RBI. After the competition ends on Nov. 13, 2013, the installations are dismantled and donated to City Harvest for distribution to those in need.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    A closeup view of the can installation "Despicable Hunger: Minons CanRise!" by Perkins Eastman/Harlem RBI.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "The LoCANnes Monster" by Robert Silman Associates.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    A visitor views the canned food installation titled, "We CAN Kill Hunger" by STUDIOS architecture.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Pour Out Your Heart" by Leslie E. Robertson Associates.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Hand-in-Hand" by Ted Moudis.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Up-Posed to Hunger" by Ennead Architects.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Star Wars AT-AT" by CetraRuddy .
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Hunger Never Sleeps" by Eleanor Roosevelt High School.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Lady and The Tramp" by Arup.
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  • Canstruction: Sculptures Made From Cans of Food

    "Once Upon a Can" by Thornton Tomasetti. To vote for your favorite in the People's Choice Poll, visit the <a href="https://www.facebook.com/CanstructionNY?v=app_126231547426086&">Canstruction New York Facebook page.</a>
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