Travelling can be alternately hectic and boring – it’s all, “hurry up and wait.” A new use for vending machines kills two birds with one stone: It brings an audience to obscure, independent Canadian books that wouldn’t ordinarily be noticed, and provides commuters with brain food instead of junk food. A vending machine was set up in Toronto’s Billy Bishop Airport, to sell Canadian content to book-starved travellers.
The Anomaly Ad Agency believes that there is always at least one Halloween item that is more of a trick than a treat.
The next time you look at a tulip, reflect upon that fact that in the late 1500s, one tulip was valued at as much as an estate. The flower had been imported from the Middle East, contracted a virus that made a variety of pretty colours appear on its petals and people became convinced foreigners would pay a fortune for them.
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