Who doesn't want to enjoy some eye-catching art while taking a ride on the subway? TTC riders at Union Station on either side of the line are treated with local contemporary art, but some are calling a certain piece "creepy" and almost "terrifying". Reddit users are giving their two cents on the Union Station art.\nAlthough this piece was done back in 2015, people are still talking about it today after a Reddit user uploaded this picture.\nThe art installation was created by Stuart Reid and is called Zones of Immersion, and it's certainly fair to say that it's had TTC riders on their toes.\nIn fact, many appear to have been pretty taken back by the type of art displayed. Others, though, can see the appealing side.\nReddit\nReddit\nReddit\nReddit\nView this post on Instagram Toronto you are beautiful #unionstationart #torontounionstation #art #publicart #torontoyouarebeautiful #downtownlife #blueskys #summernights #summercalling #summerfun #sunshinelover A post shared by Jacque (@mizz_fuzzycandiecane) on Jun 23, 2015 at 5:01pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram The street art in the Union Subway is truly terrifying. Look at the chick in the middle. I was walking to catch my subway, minding my own business, when I glanced to my right and BAM!! It's a ghost straight out of a horror movie. #scary #art #scaryart #ghost #ghoul #unionstation #unionstationart #toronto A post shared by K a y l a 🥀 (@_kaylakaykez) on Sep 14, 2015 at 10:55pm PDT\nArt at Union Station #toronto pic.twitter.com/lSDAbeodY0— Cryssa Bazos (@CryssaBazos) May 13, 2015\nReddit\nAlthough some people understand the meaning behind the installation, others really don't understand why it couldn't look more cheerful.\nReddit\nReddit\nReddit\nReddit\nAnd some... well, you can take this as a sign of support.\nReddit\nIt seems like this piece is a permanent part of Union Station, at least for the time being.\nSo, no matter what, its time for riders to embrace this artistic piece. After all, it's inspired by Toronto and its commuters, whether or not some take that as an insult.