From the modest rack brochure to the corporate annual report, your print publication needs to stand out in a world increasingly more focused on web presence. Today, the printed piece is more a statement of timeless quality—tangible, expressive and elegant—than simply a vehicle for information.
HAWK ONE – INSPIRATION TAKES WING
In 1959, The RCAF created the Golden Hawks aerobatic team on the 50th (Golden) anniversary of powered flight in Canada, flying six gold-painted F-86 Sabre jets. They thrilled Canadians from coast-to-coast for four more years before they were disbanded. For 2009, the 100th anniversary, Vintage Wings of Canada restored a former Golden Hawks Sabre (Hawk One) and flew it with the Snowbirds across Canada throughout the year. Meant only to fly for the centennial, Hawk One was so popular that it was used for seven more years to inspire young Canadians across the country to consider a career in STEM—Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Hawk One was retired in 2018.
ISLAND LIFE MAGAZINE
Island Life Magazine is an annual publication that celebrates the Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River. Stories focus on cottage and island life, regional history, river commerce, natural beauty and the diverse characters that make up this remarkable archipelago of 1,864 islands that straddles the border between Canada and the United States.
CDIC ANNUAL REPORT
The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation is the federal Crown corporation that contributes to the stability of the Canadian financial system by providing deposit insurance against the loss of eligible deposits at member institutions in the event of failure. The 2018 Annual Report reflects the new corporate brand.
Bespoke magazine is an annual self-published luxury lifestyle and design magazine by Ottawa-based True North Avionics (now SatCom Direct), a world leader in hardware and software solutions for in-flight satellite telecommunications and connectivity for private aviation clients.
CODE IMPACT REPORT
Originally the Canadian Organization for Development through Education, CODE focusses on literacy and education for youth as the key to positive social change, economic growth and human rights. The 2017–2018 report features the considerable impact of CODE’s nearly 60 years of literacy programs in Africa, the Caribbean and Canadian First Nations.
SUPER YACHT SEAWOLF
Seawolf is unique in the rarified world of the “super-yacht.” She offers her owner and his 10 guests the highest luxury, gourmet cuisine and world-class service, but also a rich maritime history and legendary capability. With a live-aboard crew of 15 and every nautical toy imaginable, Seawolf is a platform for adventure on the sea and a creator of extraordinary memories.
THE PULLMAN – CHARLESFORT DEVELOPMENTS
The Pullman is an 18-unit, three-storey walk-up “flat”-style condominium building. The design of The Pullman Coach Flats takes its inspiration from the vibrant central Montreal neighbourhoods, where walk-up flats with exterior staircases are de rigueur.
THE MERIT – CHARLESFORT DEVELOPMENTS
The Merit Condominium is recognized by critics and residents alike as perhaps the most beautiful and exquisitely detailed residential tower in Ottawa. Designed by Hobin Architecture and Charlesfort Developments, The Merit is an homage to the great early Twentieth Century art deco towers of Manhattan. From its dramatic soaring façade to its opulent lobby, The Merit’s proportions and attention to detail demonstrate that Charlesfort will spare no cost in the pursuit of excellence.