• Birds in Places, Cool Side Project by Illustrator Brandon James Scott

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    Meet Toronto's Brandon James Scott, an illustrator, designer, the creator and art director of Justin Time, the Emmy-nominated television series. This is his ongoing illustration side project - different birds in different places which is updated regularly at http://birdsinplaces.com.

  • "The Old Man Film" A Message To Today's Youth Brought To You by @American_Giant

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    Every up and coming generation must endure a certain amount of skepticism, reluctance and misunderstanding by the ones who came before them. It's a universal and not so subtle reminder that the reins of progress will not be given unconditionally. There are no entitlements to success. And the only claim any generation or individual can stake in this world will be merit based. So don't get complacent. Don't get disappointed. There's a giant inside of everyone. Don't get comfortable. http://www.american-giant.com/

  • GSP Beta Group's New App Makes It Possible For You To Reach Out and Touch Your Loved Ones

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    Telecommunication has traditionally relied on sight and sound.
 But what if you could touch someone from afar? Touch Room keeps your loved ones within arm's reach.

    Brought to you by the BETA Group of Goodby Silverstein & Partners in S.F. They use technology to find creative solutions to great problems. "What we make is never final—instead we iterate and pivot." http://touchroomapp.com/

  • Event: InboundCon 213 - Canada's first inbound marketing conference

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    Whether you’ve already discovered the power of inbound marketing, or you’re eager to learn more and get started, join us in Toronto on September 14 for InboundCon 2013!

    Speakers from some of Canada's top businesses, including Microsoft, Scotiabank, Expedia, Koodo Mobile, and TAXI, will share their expert knowledge on topics ranging from inbound marketing to branding, enterprise SEO, enterprise PPC, user experience and social media marketing.

    Whether you're new to inbound marketing or are eager to expand upon your current knowledge, join us and be a part of Canada's growing inbound marketing community. Tickets are 63% off until Thursday!

    The Details:

    Date and time: Saturday, September 14 from 8:30am to 6:00pm

    Location: Centre for Social Innovation - Annex (720 Bathurst St., Toronto)

    Agenda: continental breakfast, keynote presentations by Dev Basu and Khalid Mokhtarzada, panel discussion on enterprise SEO, lunch, panel discussions on enterprise PPC, user experience, and social media marketing, keynote presentation by Fab Dolan, followed by drinks at a great pub nearby.

    100% of the event's proceeds will be donated to the Centre for Social Innovation, a non-profit organization with a mission to accelerate social innovation in Toronto.

    For tickets and info visit: http://inboundcon.com/

  • Ever Wonder What You Look Like While Your Using Your Laptop?

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    This ad comes to us from Samsung, Netherlands: "What's your position" created by the creative agency Cheil's Netherlands office.

  • @SidLee Adds an Impressive Trio To It's Rooster of Creatives

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    Sid Lee Toronto is bolstering its senior leadership team, adding Dustin Rideout as head of strategy, Jeffrey Da Silva as co-CD and Geoff Hardwicke as a senior account director.

    “Jeff, Dustin and Geoff are the skilled, high energy people we need to complement our talented team and support our growth here in the Toronto office,” Vito Piazza, president of Sid Lee Toronto, said in a statement. “Their diversity of experience and expertise fits perfectly with the overall approach and philosophy of Sid Lee.”

    The three are filling new positions created due to the Toronto office’s growth, Piazza said, adding that they will work on a combination of existing clients such as Dentyne, Stride and Sport Chek as well as new national clients such as Mark’s and President’s Choice Financial.

    Rideout will lead cross-disciplinary strategic planning efforts for all of the agency’s Toronto-based clients. His work has been recognized with numerous awards, including at the 2013 CASSIES for Ikea in Quebec’s “Moving Day” campaign with Leo Burnett, where he led overall strategic planning for Ikea.

    Da Silva has worked at agencies including MacLaren McCann, Tribal DDB and Proximity/BBDO and was most recently with Mullen in Boston. He was ranked fourth on strategy‘s 2012 Creative Report Card art directors list.

    Hardwicke has 20 years of experience in the communication industry working on both the client and agency side, including a brand director role at Hudson’s Bay Company and most recently the position of business director at Perennial Design.

    The hires push total staff at the Toronto office to over 70. Photo (from right): Jeffrey Da Silva, Dustin Rideout and Geoff Hardwicke.
    via: Matthew Chung @ Strategy

  • Toronto Creatives Hack Together The Ultimate Miley Cyrus Website "The Infinite Tongue"

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    A trio of Toronto creatives created the ultimate Miley Cyrus fan page that features nothing more than her tongue. The website: "Miley Cyrus' Infinite Tongue ( http://www.mileycyrustongue.com/ ) was (as they put it) hacked together by Jeff Vermeersch, Derek Blais, and Darrin Patey. Well done gentlemen, well done.

  • john st. Toronto's ING Direct "Big Things" Ad Makes Good Use of all our Coffee Cups

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    New work from john st. for ING Direct, the work: "Big Things" uses all those cups coffee we drink on a daily basis to nail home the message.

    "At ING DIRECT we believe that you get what you save for. And what better way to prove this than to show people just what all those daily coffees can add up to.

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