The 2015 version poster features a consummate cinephile who eats, breathes, and sleeps cinema... so much so, her Medusa-like locks are a nest of celluloid, and her eyes have become square. She's everywhere around town... outdoor, TV, print, onscreen, large format...
Tony Jurgilas RGD (Certified Senior Designer)
Principal | Design Strategist
May 1, 1996
143 Durham St
705 675 3183 x 242
705 675 3183
Other CapabilitiesBranding, Corporate Communications, Packaging, Print Promotion, Signage/Wayfinding, Typography, Web
Languages CoveredEnglish, French
Company descriptionEstablished in 1978 as northern Ontario's first ad agency, 50 Carleton leads the region in innovation, advancement and sustainability.
Why am I an RGD?As one of the original RGDs, it is challenging to suppress my exuberance when I see how our industry has procured respect since the inception of the Association.
What is my most memorable RGD moment?My fondest RGD moment was in April of 1996, hearing word that Bill Pr56 passed. I knew then that it would be transformational.
Why am I a designer?As long as I can remember, I've had an insatiable curiosity. It seemed logical to enter into an industry that quenches my thirst for knowledge... and pays me to learn. Also... as I tell my students... it's the best alternative to working for a living.
Why should you hire me?You should hire our firm because we foster meaningful relationships based on integrity.