Watch This: Capital Transit gives time to think

Looks like the Capital Transit Network bid Montreal’s LG2 to create something promoting public transit’s opportunities for contemplation and meditation. With some positive public reception, watch for this versatile concept to expand quickly. Agency: LG2 Creatives: Luc Du Sault, Nicolas Boisvert Account planners: Catherine Darius, Mireille Côté, Alexandra Laverdière Creative director: Luc Du Sault

Looks like the Capital Transit Network bid Montreal’s LG2 to create something promoting public transit’s opportunities for contemplation and meditation. With some positive public reception, watch for this versatile concept to expand quickly.

Agency: LG2
Creatives: Luc Du Sault, Nicolas Boisvert
Account planners: Catherine Darius, Mireille Côté, Alexandra Laverdière
Creative director: Luc Du Sault

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