In collaboration with the Art Gallery of Ontario, Derooted was commissioned to take over the main architectural feature of Bailey Court for their annual fundraiser Gala party, Massive Party HOTBED. This year’s theme, “Hotbed” was a huge success and Derooted was there with a massive 3D projection! Guests enjoyed a night filled with food, drinks, dancing and unforgettable art, all inspired by the cultural hotbed of Toronto.
We knew season 3 was off to a good start when our partner and long time collaborator, photographer Javier Lovera approached us with a collaboration on a BMW and Cundari project for Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.
If you’re familiar with the wonderful world of Arduino boards and robotics, you’re going to love this fairly simple hack from Lance Gundersen (LGProspects).
Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
Couldn’t be happier to let you all know that derooted will be running the official Canada Basketball March Madness fantasy pool. Sign up and show support for our almost 30 Canucks in this years tourney…….you know We Love This Game! ok so here’s the full scoop:
They say Canadians are some of the nicest people in the world. Why not put our own citizens to the test? A creative experiential piece that provides a blend of nervousness, shock value and a decent payoff. Carlsberg wants to know: If your best friend was in trouble, would you help?
creative-agency_toronto_blog-img-chlamydia-campaign-advertising-ontario-4Sometimes friends sleep with friends. This video takes a look at what one irresponsible night can do to the people around you. In this campaign, people admit to having an STI in a theatre and play the blame game. The creative minds behind it make STI’s more normal and approachable and takes away a lot of the negative stigma around having one. The message is entertaining and clear: Be safe. If you’re not, get tested. Get treated.