The 19th Annual New York City charity Canstruction competition and exhibition has been on display around the World Financial Center for a few weeks—but it'll only be up until tomorrow, so now's your last chance to go take a look at the can-based art for charity. And even if you CAN't make it down there, at least you CAN peruse all the art in the photos above!

This year's creations included replicas of Alexander McQueen’s famed Lady Gaga shoes, Angry Birds, the Titanic, a "Don’t Walk" sign, the Brooklyn Bridge, and a working QR Code. City Harvest said it will be able to feed over 60,000 New Yorkers with the construction materials.

The Jurors' Favorite award went to NY-based Ginsler and WSP Flack + Kurtz, who partnered up to create "Loaded Dice." The sculpture is a solid cube of 8,950 cans using 24 different types of food, and revolves around the concept that America's poor having the odds stacked against them. Below, you can see a time-lapse video of the team assembling it.

You can check out a list of the other winners here. And below, enjoy a classic Can song while you check out some of the 25 pieces which are on display.