Articles Tagged ‘dave watson’


Mill Street wants fans to rally around its Blue Jays beer

The Labatt-owned brewer’s Blue Wave aims to capitalize on the overlap between craft beer and baseball fans.

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Making a ripple

Editor Jennifer Horn on how the inaugural Design AOY category will help raise the bar and boost Canada’s design reputation.


Promo! Awards 2017 co-chairs revealed

Entries are now open for the awards, celebrating the best in brand activation.


Dave Watson joins Mosaic

The shop boosts its design and creative teams with new hires and promotions as it continues to diversify its work.


Shopper Innovation Awards 2017 jury revealed

Take a look at the team judging this year’s awards, plus two new categories.


Was Canada 150′s logo doomed from the start?

Taxi’s Dave Watson on why backlash around the logo shouldn’t be aimed at its designer.


Sizzling and fizzling trends

Hipsters were out before they were cool? What marcom trends are on the cusp of breaking, and which ones are on the outs?

The covers that almost were…

A behind-the-scenes look at our cover contest to celebrate our silver jubilee.

Top Cannes contenders: Design

With an extended deadline, strategy continues to count down the campaigns most likely to win big at this year’s festival.


Here’s to the hipsters

Taxi’s Dave Watson’s thank you to those indie band-loving, plaid-shirt wearing, higher-quality demanding consumers for bringing craft back into design.

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Creative enabling design

Taxi’s Dave Watson looks at how technologies like 3D printing, wearables and Kickstarter are forcing creative design to innovate.

Brooke Hennessy, Designer Taxi Canada

Updated: Creatives respond to the government’s anniversary logo

Unhappy with the proposed logos for the country’s 150th birthday, designers from national and international agencies suggest alternatives.


Ad peeps bring their creativity into the kitchen

Food photographer Edward Pond and Dave Watson, CD design, Taxi North America, cook up a competition that’s Ad Bands meets Hell’s Kitchen.