Lifetime Developments has unveiled Love Liberty and Hustle, two new public murals by Ben Johnston in the galleria of the Liberty Market Building (LMB), which was one of the first adaptive reuse projects in Toronto’s Liberty Village.
From June 20 to 25, eight artists painted new murals along Toronto’s Don River, inspired by the urban watershed’s resilience, ecological challenges and opportunities. Their site is part of a larger mural project titled ‘A Love Letter to the Great Lakes.’
The Specialty Graphic Imaging Foundation (SGIF), a non-profit affiliate of the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA), has announced five scholarship program winners for 2016, including two students entering studies at Toronto’s Ryerson University.
Netflix turned to out-of-home (OOH) ads in Toronto to promote the second-season premiere of Daredevil earlier this month, including billboards at Yonge-Dundas Square and a ceiling wrap in the Skywalk between Union Station and the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC).
Toronto-based out-of-home (OOH) advertising firm Abcon Media will welcome spring with 24 ‘Living Logo’ ad spaces along Highway 27 and Rexdale Boulevard, depicting corporate names and logos with natural, sustainable materials.
To promote the new series Supergirl, Global TV developed a digital projection stunt, whereby a ‘moving hologram’ of the title character appeared to fly throughout downtown Toronto, from October 20 to 23.
When is a sign not a sign? In the case of Speech Bubble, a new public art piece commissioned for a condominium tower in Toronto’s entertainment district, it’s when the format of a sign is used not to convey a direct message, but instead to display abstract images.
The Digital Signage Federation’s (DSF’s) Toronto regional council will host its first annual ‘digital scavenger hunt’ as part of a meet-and-greet business networking event at Yorkdale Shopping Centre on September 15.