Doing your sound design at Tattoo is like changing your main dish from chicken to Tilapia.
Tattoo and Tattoo's own Steve Gadsden produced this brand new spot for OLG: Proline.
Trust us, Tilapia's good.
Watch it here.
Read about it in Marketing Magazine here.
Writer: Michael Takasaki
Art Director: Glen D'Souza
Agency: Bensimon Byrne
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Monday, October 6, 2008
In response to our popular write up on the Stuff White People Like blog [read me], here at Tattoo we've devised a quiz to determine the Hiptard status of all of our loyal readers. And from Leslieville to the 'Burbs, we decipher which area of Toronto you'd end up in based on your Hiptard Status.
But which is worse? Being a Hiptard, or making a quiz about being a Hiptard? You decide! Take me now:
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
If Tuesday is meant to be the most productive day of the week, Wednesday should be the day that provides you with enough inspiration to get you through until Friday...
But in all seriousness, for this particular Wednesday I'm going to pass you on to the following concert. In April 2008 Halifax's Buck 65 [hip hop poet extraordinaire, pictured above] teamed up with Symphony Nova Scotia to produce an incredible concert set at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Conducted by Dinuk Wijeratne, the concert features Buck 65's vocal and turntable expertise mixed in with Norman Adams' solo cello, Terry O'Mahoney's solo percussion and Symphony Nova Scotia's orchestral talent.
Flagged as one of the most innovative musical collaborations this year, stream it anytime by clicking here.
This broadcast is rated E for easy-listening.
Photo courtesy of cbc.ca