Yes, you can enjoy these photos of the 19th annual Canstruction Exhibition, which puts 100,000 boring cans of food to good use by turning them into large-scale, gravity-defying sculptures (for charity). The show, which is part of a public food drive for City Harvest, features designs from 26 architecture and design firms. This year's creations include 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.

The exhibition, which opened today at the World Financial Center, is free to visit through November 21st, but visitors are encouraged to bring high-quality non-perishable foods to donate, such as tuna, beans, and canned vegetables. At the end of the show, all 100,000+ cans used in the exhibit, as well as those collected through the food drive, will be donated to local community food programs through City Harvest, just in time for Thanksgiving. For more canstructoporn, check out last year's photos, which included a Super Mario brother and a giant Battleship game.

The Winter Garden at the World Financial Center // 220 Vesey Street // 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily