Whitebird, an independent boxmaker located in Hamilton, Ont., recently streamlined its corrugated packaging production with the addition of the EFI Nozomi C18000, an ultra-high-speed inkjet press by Electronics For Imaging (EFI).
As part of the landscape design for a new residential building on Toronto’s Church Street, local firm Eventscape engineered, fabricated and installed an 18.3 x 3-m (60 x 10-ft) feature wall, which was designed to obscure an old brick wall.
An illuminated sign was recently installed in the forecourt of Hamilton City Hall, featuring letters large enough for visitors to stand inside. Unlike the dimensional Toronto sign, which was originally intended only for temporary use during the 2015 Pan Am Games, this one has been built to last, by Hamilton Scenic Specialty (HSS) in nearby Dundas, Ont.
The National Geographic Society is bringing an outdoor exhibit, ‘Climate Change is Here,’ to the Plaza Bridge in downtown Ottawa’s Confederation Square. The large-scale visual display showcases photos from the society’s reports on the topic throughout the years.
Medical Pharmacies Group, which operates in more than 40 locations in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia, has selected Charlottetown-based software developer ScreenScape Networks to replace its legacy digital signage system.
APG Rentals, based in Mississauga, Ont., recently designed and installed a temporary light-emitting diode (LED) video wall for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, one of the highest-profile annual political events in the U.S.
Toronto’s 22nd annual Contact Photography Festival is now on, with curated works by acclaimed and emerging artists featured across the city, including site-specific public art installations using digitally printed wide-format graphics.
Sports artist David Arrigo recently painted a large-scale Toronto Raptors mural at Sun Life Financial’s new headquarters (HQ) to commemorate the team’s run in this year’s National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs.
Commercial property manager Cadillac Fairview (CF) and out-of-home (OOH) advertising firm Branded Cities have rolled out new digital signage assets at two shopping malls, Ottawa’s Rideau Centre and Calgary’s Chinook Centre.
Ontario’s Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) wrapped a Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) streetcar in mostly black graphics for the recent National Day of Mourning, as a tribute to people who have died, been injured or suffered illness at work.