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Back Page: How to make it in the ad biz

Definitely real, 100% accurate advice from a veteran adman (a.k.a. BBDO’s Peter Ignazi) to young creatives starting out.

Back page: Award-winning cause marketing

The idea is the simple part, according to this month’s design from Grey Canada.

Back page: The state of shopper marketing

Shikatani Lacroix offers up the day in the life of a humble package.

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Back page: The first known instance of future-proofing

Illustrator Gary Clement takes us back in time.

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Back page: The Marketers’ Anthem

Open created an anthem for the people who create brand anthems – the marketers.

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Back page: In Memoriam

Extreme Group’s ode to cherished ideas that didn’t make it out of the boardroom and a toast to the hard work that went into all those that did.

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Back page: The creation of a brand

One Advertising reveals what really goes into the birth of a brand.

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Back page: Early engagement

Cundari gives its take on the next big thing in marketing.

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Back page: Retro Television

Agency Red Urban dreamed up this mini USB-powered television device.

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Back page: Great work takes good ears

Swim’s Nancy Vonk and Janet Kestin illustrate what clients and agencies really hear when they talk to each other.

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Back Page: Covenant House’s Hope

Young artists from Covenant House make hope colourful.

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Back page: Marketing to the undead

BBDO’s Peter Ignazi has some tips on targeting youth’s key influencers – zombies and vampires.

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Back page: social media worth

Bensimon Byrne reflects on the value of Facebook “likes.”

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Back page: Honest business cards for advertisers

Grip Limited on what agency folks really do at work.

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Back page: Frank Palmer’s rap for charity

The Big Man auctions off his services as an intern.