• New Print PSA Campaign by Agency59 For Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation

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    Nice new work from Toronto Agency59 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

    Credits:
    Creative Ad Agency: Agency59, Toronto
    Chief Creative Officer/Copywriter: Brian Howlett
    Creative Director/ art director: Andrew Gillingham
    Account Director: Akiyo Hattori
    Post production: Jared Smith
    Photographer: Clay Stang
    Print Producer: Deirdre Hughes
    Account manager: Fred Yang

  • Toronto's john st. makes your morning "Commute" more enjoyable in new ad for the Mitsubishi Mirage

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    Credits:
    Agency: john st, Toronto
    Executive Creative Directors: Angus Tucker and Stephen Jurisic
    Creative Directors: Chris Hirsch, Nellie Kim
    Writer: Chris Hirsch
    Art Director: Nellie Kim
    Agency Producer: Dale Giffen
    Account Service: Ian Brooks, Sarah Frackowiak, and Ali Williams
    Brand planning: Megan Towers
    Director: Brian Aldrich
    Production Company: Soft Citizen
    Exec Producer: Eva Preger, Andrea Hubert
    Head of Production: Rob Burns
    Line Producer: Erik Wilson
    Director of Photography: Chris Mably
    Editorial (Editor, Editorial company): Ross Birchall of Bijou Editorial
    Audio House: Vapor Music
    French Adaptation: Headspace

  • Hey Toronto Artists @SteamWhistle Wants You In It's Gallery Space

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    Steam Whistle Brewery is looking for group(2+) exhibitions by emerging artists to showcase in it's gallery space.

    Steam Whistles gallery is located inside their historic John St. Roundhouse which provides a great backdrop for art shows in Toronto.

    Get all the details here at Steam Whistle

    Photo credits: Gerry Kaiser

  • Popular Ad Blog @Adrants @Stevehall Under Fire for Sexist Article On New Agency Hires

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    The article giving Steve Hall and his popular ad blog Adrants even more attention than usual, titled "We Want to Work at Young & Laramore!" read:

    So why do we want to work at Indianapolis-based Young & Laramore? For salaciously selfish, purely prurient Neanderthal-ish reasons. What do we mean by this? Have you seen the trio of beauty they just hired? We know the advertising industry is filled with beautiful people but Young & Laramore has hit some sort of trifecta with the hiring of Sarah Halcombe as writer, Taylor Schaffer as brand action specialist and Sara Walker as assistant account manager.

    OK, enough with the buffoonish behavior. These ladies, no doubt, will kick ass at Young & Laramore regardless of their beauty because, after all, when it comes to working in advertising, it's what you know, not what you look like. We wish them well. But if we are ever in Indianapolis, we just might need an agency tour.

    The article has since been deleted from his blog, a brief exchange between the women on twitter ensued...

    ...then Jezebel ran the story....now we wait to see how this plays out.

  • Humans as Computers as Branded Energy Drink Cans, Cool

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    Graphic Designer David Ngo explains his branded human computer project: The concept of this piece is that humans are like computers, we all have weaknesses and parts that can each be individually upgraded. In this case, we use vitamin drinks to enhance our bodies like how we would upgrade computer parts.

  • Sid Lee Trims The Fat in Burger King's New Gratifries Ad

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    We're loving Burger King's new spot for the trimmed up new Gratifries created by Sid Lee.

  • Backstage with Toronto Comedian David Andrew Brent doing Schwarzenegger

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    One of the most sought after voice actors / impressionists in North America and Toronto's own David Andrew Brent recently thrilled his fans backstage at the 4th Annual Brantford Comedy Festival with his impression of Arnold Schwarzenegger. The clip which is closing in on 1 million views was done by Brantford based Fat Panda Studio's and produced by Matt Joniec.

    Kudos to the Toronto Batman for the heads up....What, you don't know who the Toronto Batman is, not from around here are you? Check out the very real Batman on his very real Facebook page.

  • A Hidden Camera Experiment, Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise

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    The viral masters at Thinkmodo freak the crap out of unsuspecting customers at a New York City coffee shop to find out how they'd react if telekinesis were real. At the end of it all, it's a promo for the remake of the 70's classic Stephen King horror film Carrie.

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