Inspiration

Meet Our Judges: Locomotive’s Frédéric Marchand

Next in our series on Applied Arts Awards judges. Today we’re looking at some recent work from Frédéric Marchand of Montreal’s Locomotive. As President & Creative Director of Locomotive, Frédéric Marchand serves as the “strategic force” of this dynamic agency. Offering web development, design and marketing, Locomotive is an internationally recognized agency, with a unique identity rooted in Quebec. […]

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Announcing the 2019 Design Awards Winners

Winners will have their work and credits published on premium paper in the Summer 2019 issue of Applied Arts. They’ll also appear in our tablet edition, and in our online Winner’s Gallery (coming in June), where their work will live on in perpetuity in our searchable archive. A huge thank you to our 15 amazing […]

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Field Trip & Co. Tells an East Side Story

When it comes to hospital fundraising, the competition for eyeballs and wallets can be fierce and the market fragmented. There’s no particular reason to elevate the reputation of any hospital above that of its peers, especially in a market like Toronto, which is home to some of the world’s leading health care facilities. They’re all […]

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Meet Our Judges: BangBang’s Simon Laliberté

The first in a series in which Applied Arts profiles our Awards judges. Today we’re looking at some recent work from Simon Laliberté, Founder, Designer, Art Director & Screenprinter of Montreal’s BangBang  Simon Laliberté’s creative studio takes an integrated approach to graphic design and screen printing, with a strong focus on developing distinctive, playful and strategic concepts […]

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Mitchell Press Illustrates Desert Island Songs

It’s a question we’ve all been asked before “what is your desert island song?” From cocktail party chatter to the countless Spotify playlists teaming the web and the BBC’s Desert Island Discs radio program – the question has been discussed relentlessly. Now, thanks to Burnaby-based Mitchell Press, the question has taken a more visually-pleasing turn.

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