As you read this, a lone rolley chair sits at an empty desk, silently weeping your name. Well, right now its silently weeping “Graphic Design Intern…”, but it’s really sad nonetheless. Don’t let that poor chair be cold for much longer, it’ll make you a bad person.
If you are obsessed with ideas, details and Pantone, read on!
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.
Long distance + technology + intimacy = LOVE PALZ
Technology is constantly evolving to become more sophisticated, more user friendly and more environmentally safe. This product designed by Taipei-based company Winzz, launching at the end of March has created quite the buzz. Added to the eroticism of it are their names: Zeus and Hera. You probably don’t wanna bring it to grandmother’s house for dinner… or to church… or on an airplane.
Well its that time of the year again. Superbowl Sunday and all its glory! ehemm ..
Personally I couldn’t give a flying saucer who plays and who wins. I imagine most creatives feel the same as I do. The suites in the office (david) seem to love their games but me? I love the commercials.
After several years of treading water, The Bay Street Bull is about to have a come back in a big way. Launched in 2004 and once a popular magazine, the Bull has lost its way a little bit in recent years but in collaboration with Derooted partner The Rathnelly Group, it will ride again.
As 2013 starts up, I reflect on our previous year (Season 3) of business and think of the individuals I am thankful for in helping us make it another fantastic year. I particularly reminisce on the talented souls that warmed our swivel chairs and graced our Wacom tablets. We have been very fortunate and have had consistently growing interest in our internship program. Students and young professionals from all over the world who are driven and motivated to learn and be the best in their craft. Often resembling a UN gathering, they each bring their unique creative perspectives and global approach to problem solving and the creative process. Our body of work reflects these talents, these are individuals who got their hands dirty, pulled a shot of espresso or two, but always stayed on course to create great work.