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Wanted, New TTC Graphic Designer

Alright, maybe the title should read NEEDED, not wanted, but either way the situation is dire. At least that's the conclusion I've come to after receiving another frightfully ugly Metropass in the mail today.

Above, a view of both October and the upcoming November pass. I realize they're aiming for designs that aren't easily duplicated, but are these nasty ink smear and blot designs really the ticket? I won't even mention the amoeba-esque themes of the past months (whoops, too late).

Sure, I know, it's small beans in the grand scheme of TTC things... but really, that subway poster for the "new buses arriving daily" was surely embarrasing enough to the design department!

(You all know the one.)

I say the busloads of graphic designers out there (all puns lame and intended) come up with some new metropass designs, post your links here, and we'll send them off to the TTC.


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