Social Media Through the Ages

Cartoonist Joe Durning's bonus cartoon for the July/August Distraction issue.

A Well-Designed Wine Catalogue

Toronto's Tung crafts The Vine's anniversary wine catalogue with clean lines and an editorial sensibility

The July/August Issue is Published!

Me-ow! Tear yourself away from those online cat videos long enough to check out our brand-new Design Awards issue, guest art directed by award-winning Toronto firm Jacknife. On newsstands now!

 

WE'VE ANNOUNCED THE WINNERS OF OUR  2015 STUDENT AWARDS! CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS! 

 As we prep the winners gallery take a look at some of our past student winners in the archive. 

 

Why Creatives Shouldn't Give a Shit About Social Media

Is the Information Age putting our collective creative consciousness at risk? Writer Tobin Dalrymple talks to industry insiders about how connectivity affects creative output.

#TotalConsumerExperience

Wendy Helfenbaum sat down with the creative masterminds at Montreal mega-agency Sid Lee to find out how they read consumer desires and turn them into experiences.

Writers Needed

With so much of today's advertising focused on the visual, you can stand out with well-crafted copy, writes columnist Suzanne Pope.

The Great Big Metro Mess

Toronto's regional transit system has been saddled with a Frankenstein of a visual identity. When designing a brand collective, columnist Will Novosedlik says less is more

Canada's Self Portrait: Q&A with Aquil Virani

Montreal artist Aquil Virani creates a collaborative art piece on what it means to be Canadian using hundreds of crowdsourced sketches.

The July/August issue was designed by Jacknife, our guest art directors. They took our theme of connectivity and distraction and ran with it — expect to find clickbait, trivia, listicles, and plenty of furry friends scattered throughout our regular content. This edition also features the winners of the 2015 Design Awards. 

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The July/August issue was designed by Jacknife, our guest art directors. They took our theme of connectivity and distraction and ran with it — expect to find clickbait, trivia, listicles, and plenty of furry friends scattered throughout our regular content. This edition also features the winners of the 2015 Design Awards.