~Étienne de silhouette was a French general of finance and ancien regime controller in 18th century. Because of his penny pinching policies in that time, the shadow profile cut from black pepper had grown and became popular as an inexpensive solution to his austerity policies between aristocrats instead of oil painting or sculpture. Those who considered it cheap, attached the term “a la silhouette” to it. And today, this art form is named “silhouette” cutting. From the time being, noble people and noble cities have become easily recognisable with their “silhouette”. Happy birthday Toronto… The city is that is older than the country. And out of many national and mental boundaries. The city…~luigibook page 183.