• Rush, Clockwork Angels Tour Official Trailer

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    For the Rush fan's here is the official trailer for the band's upcoming Clockwork Angels Tour. The trailer was cut by Toronto based School edititor Mark Morton.

  • Video: What Does Rob Ford Say

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    Thumbs up to Toronto's 102.1 The Edge and the Dean Blundell show's Blind Derek for putting this gem together.

  • New Ad: Moto X Moto Maker, Thousands of ways to Customize

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    Droga5 ditches the lazy phone guy in it's latest ad for the Google Moto X smartphone to highlight all the ways you can customize your device with Moto Maker.

  • Blackberry Tells It's Customers Everything Is OK in an Open Letter

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    Blackberry aims to boost public confidence by issuing an open letter to it's customers posted to their website and set to be published in major newspapers worldwide on Tuesday...We're pulling for ya Blackberry.

    The letter reads:
    To our valued customers, partners and fans: You’ve no doubt seen the headlines about BlackBerry®. You’re probably wondering what they mean for you as one of the tens of millions of users who count on BlackBerry every single day.

    We have one important message for you:

    You can continue to count on BlackBerry. How do we know? We have substantial cash on hand and a balance sheet that is debt free. We are restructuring with a goal to cut our expenses by 50 percent in order to run a very efficient, customer-oriented organization.

    Read the full story at Blackberry.com - open letter to our customers.

  • pilot PMR Designer Simon Spring's deliciously beautiful Yummy Milk bottle designs

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    The beautiful Yummy Milk bottle designs are the work of graphic designer Simon Spring. The Swiss born designer who now calls Toronto home is pilot PMR's full time graphic designer. You can see more of Simon's mouth watering Yummy Milk bottles and more of his great work on his website here.

    [images via: Simon Spring]

  • BBDO Toronto Demonstrates The Power Of Words in 160 Girls Project Campaign

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    To honor the International Day of the Girl today, BBDO Toronto created this outdoor campaign for the 160 Girls Project, an organization that seeks to protect Kenyan girls from rape and defilement. The country this year saw a landmark ruling against its police, who now face imprisonment if they fail to thoroughly investigate rape crimes against girls.

    To celebrate the victory on this special day, the agency erected billboards across the country that at first read "Justice is nowhere for child rape victims." Afterwards, the Senator of the Kenyan county of Meru took a paintbrush to the billboards and drew a bright pink slash through the word "nowhere," transforming the message into one of hope: "Justice is now here for child rape victims."

    The campaign also included a giant 1st place champion platform during an "Access to Justice" marathon in Meru. It was large enough to fit several girls, showing that all of them were winners. The effort also features a website at 160girlsproject.com.
    Scooped via: Creativity-Online

    Creative Credits:
    Agency: BBDO, Toronto
    Client: 160 Girls Project
    Creative Director: Peter Ignazi and Carlos Moreno
    Art Director: Alice Blastorah and Craig Brandon
    Writer: Shiran Teitelbaum and Johnny Pavacic
    Designer: Mike Nugent
    Digital Art Director: Danny Bang

  • Ai Weiwei Forever Bicycles Toronto 2013, Ryan Emond's beautiful time-lapse video

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    Ryan Emond's stunning time-lapse video for Ai Weiwei's Forever Bicycles display. Below are images and Ryans own words about the display.
    I was commissioned by the City of Toronto to shoot and edit a video documenting the installation of Ai Weiwei's Forever Bicycles for Scotiabank Nuit Blanche. This project, for me, was one that when you sleep you dream about it—fully immersed. Living it; breathing it; I watched the structure come alive from the ground up and I feel honoured to have been given that opportunity. 3,144 bicycles, the most Weiwei has used of this work to date, were stacked 100 feet in length and 30 feet high in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square.

  • Cool: Montreal's @eidosmontreal Studio - #Thief Gameplay Trailer

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    Thief, a master thief named Garrett who steals from the rich in a steampunk Victorian universe. It’s an open-world, expansive game with intelligent NPCs and active use of stealth, released on Windows, PlayStation 3 and 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

    In this gameplay trailer, get your first in-game look at Garrett's hideout, the dark alleys of the City, and your old friend Basso. See all the pillars of Thief gameplay in action - Infiltration, Theft and Escape - as Garrett enters the Baron's manor, grabs the shinies and leaves without a trace.

    Credits:
    Publisher: Square Enix
    Developer: Eidos Studios, Montreal, Canada
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