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Started by a Toronto ex-pat now living in The Big Apple, #AdDesk compiles Instagram photos hashtagged with (you guessed it) #AdDesk.
So check it out and then go take some pictures of you co-worker's weird shit.
The three companies have merged to produce a single agency focused on producing design and marketing communications.
You can find their website here and watch a promotional video below that features a moustached wrestler who looks like he is from the 1950's, for some reason. We don't know.
Here's hoping they can back up some of the lofty claims from their press release.
Jacknife Design Launch Video from Jacknife Design on Vimeo.
Great spot from Blammo Worldwide, Toronto for Questchat.
Directed by Untitled Films' Curtis Wehrfritz and edited by Chris Parkins from Rooster Post Production, the steamy spot calls into question if one night stands are really worth it, and the benefits for getting to know someone a bit before hooking up.
QuestChat - 'Uncle Bob' from Rooster Post on Vimeo.
Dutch band, Light Light have released Do Not Touch, a potentially NSFW music video which you participate in by answering questions and following along with your mouse pointer.
Check it out.
'I Hope your Bag is Comfortable, Asshole' compiles mostly crowd sourced photos of people who think their bags need their own, personal seat on the TTC.
Unfortunately, there's a very small chance that any of the people featured will actually visit the site and see their almost-public shaming.
Toronto-based company, Matterform have created one of the most inexpensive 3D scanners currently on the market.
The Photon 3D can scan objects up to 190mm × 190mm × 250mm. Matterform started off as a pair, and has just added their 3rd employee. They note that they may be growing in the very near future.
Here's a video explaining the technology.
Via ars technica.
Instead, use "Instead of Awesome" to find alternatives because you probably use that word WAY too often.
We think this site is spectacular.
In order to dispel the (oddly) popular myth that The Jewish Film Festival (TJFF) shows mainly exclusively religious or traditional films, DDB Canada with TJFF created the J-DAR.
The online tool calculates exactly how Jewish favourite Hollywood films are. The results are accompanied by contextualized TJFF film recommendations along with a link to get tickets.
If we don’t know it’s out there, we can’t put it up for the city to see. We’re happy to give full credit or keep things anonymous.
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