June 12, 2018
Karolina Loboda, creative director and co-founder of The White Room, shares this picture from her agency's recent project—an image campaign for Valentine Rouge.
The Summer 2018 issue of Applied Arts is about to hit newsstands across the country! This edition features the annual Design Awards section, with over 120 pages of award-winning work from creative professionals across Canada.
This year’s Design Awards would not have been possible without the help from our judges—each of them highly regarded industry professionals who are on the top of their game. This year's panel features:
June 12, 2018
Can pizza get any better? If you’re creative agency john st., then the answer is yes. Their newest innovation for Boston Pizza is a series of limited-edition pizza boxes that turn into self-supporting tables—allowing customers to eat their pizza in bed. The boxes are at the centre of the new “BP in Bed” campaign.
June 11, 2018
Attention, image makers: The artist-owned, Victoria-based photography and cinematography co-op Stocksy United has made some significant changes to its business model.
Since its beginnings in 2012, Stocksy United has had a 1,000-member limit. In order to meet client demands and reach new markets, Stocksy’s member-owners announced last week that they would be removing the membership cap. “Our members recognize the need to further broaden the content we can offer to clients and have made a bold step to make that happen by voting to remove the membership limit,” says Michael Cook, VP of operations, in a release.
June 6, 2018
© Pol Turgeon
Our Summer 2018 issue drops mid-June, and it's packed with inspiration!
The Design Awards annual features 120+ pages of winning work from studios and freelancers across Canada and beyond in a special awards section sponsored by Fujifilm and Henry's, our print and paper partner Mi5 Print & Digital, and our association partners CAPIC, GDC and RGD.
May 31, 2018
In terms of transportation, bridges play a major role in the movement of people, goods and vehicles. They shape the landscape where they are built and are often seen as landmarks. However, many people are unaware of the background of these bridges. When were they built? Who built them? These questions are often left unanswered. Geotab, a fleet-tracking platform, aims to answer some of these questions with its new poster design series. “Our poster series draws attention to those details, as well as highlighting the bridges,” says Maria Sotra, vice-president of marketing at Geotab.
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