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First round of Carte Blanche winners announced
These OOH ideas won their clients $50,000 to execute them on Astral's network.
What can the can do?
Two established craft brands spruce up their designs to compete in the crowded market.
For the love of Valentine’s Day!
From sweet to sassy to strategic, here's a look at what brands are up to this holiday.
Check it out: The Fanboni takes to the streets
The Vancouver Canucks put a musical spin on a long-time hockey staple.
Stop waiting to create great work
123w's Scot Keith on why creatives need to step out of the "not my job" box.
The choice is yours
123W's Scot Keith on five reasons why clients might consider hiring multiple agency partners.
Leo Burnett and JWT pick up White Pencils
Check out what Canadian work will be picking up D&AD Pencils at the London awards ceremony in May.
Lotus Awards to bloom again
The ICA has taken the reins on the awards honouring the creative achievements of B.C.'s marcom community.
Yes we Cannes: Take me (out of) home
Our look at the Canadian contenders for a Lion this year continues with some outside-the-box OOH.
Check it out: Smart goes big out of home
Smart hope to remind drivers that good things come in small packages.
Get schooled by 123W
The Vancouver shop is launching a mini bootcamp for advertising and marketing students, partially as a scouting tool.
Check it out: House of tires
People just don't have the space to store tires in their homes - no matter how artful it is, according to this new spot by Kal Tire.
See the One Show winners
Check out the work that won Cossette several pencils and saw Anomaly and Paprika each take home a Gold.
Dianes Lingerie paints a womanly portrait
Each woman's body is a beautiful fingerprint, says this new brand campaign by 123W.
123W to hit the stage at Cannes
The Vancouver shop will present on how it's gone from a garage to a linen factory and why it's a different type of agency.