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BillyBooms at Crang’s Pond, Toronto

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in Blog

It was a grey weekend in Toronto but that did not stop the lively and colourful artist Bill Wrigley from heading out to the upper reaches of Toronto to “throw” at a semi-secret location known as “Crang’s Pond,” just off the Humber River. Though the old high school football field was covered with toxic geese droppings, we watched and ran as Bill’s beautiful, high performance art boomerangs were thrown into the air… only to return back towards us again! The wind buffeted and shifted about, making their flight path exciting and unpredictable, but there were some really good throws and good catches, mostly by Bill but also by my brother Mike, whom Bill teaches to throw here in this video. Take a look, enjoy, and please don’t laugh (too hard) at my girly attempt at throwing. Yes, I used to play softball, but that was a long time ago. My arms are better used for holding a video camera today.

BillyBooms at Crang’s Pond, Toronto

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Recent Work – Photos & Marketing Materials for My Rivermede: A “Cottage in the City” for Sale in Toronto

Posted by on Mar 18, 2013 in Blog, Web Development

This image was printed on the back of a postcard announcing the sale of My Rivermede, a "cottage in the city" located at Weston Road and Sheppard.

This image was printed on the back of a postcard announcing the sale of My Rivermede, a “Cottage in the City” located at Weston Road and Sheppard.

My Rivermede is a four-bedroom, three-kitchen and three-bathroom “cottage in the city” for sale in the Weston Road and Sheppard area of Toronto. This unique, beautiful home is on a 70′ x 150′ lot, and features a sun room with legal wood burning stove, two fireplaces, greenhouse, and two-car garage.

The promotional postcard and website were designed by Lisa Santonato at FTP Media Inc. All photography © Lisa Santonato, FTP Media Inc. 2013. For more information and to view the WordPress site please visit:


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What does your city look like after climate change?

Posted by on Feb 25, 2013 in Blog

Here is a very interesting guerrilla awareness campaign produced for the David Suzuki Foundation by Vancouver-based Spring Advertising.


David Suzuki Foundation – The Tideline Project

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