New Digital Screen Size

We’re excited to add larger digital screens to our Mall Network. The first of its kind in Canada, our 72” LCD displays are large, vivid and strategically placed in Mapleview Mall at Burlington. With the addition of these 8 new … Read More


10th time’s a charm

PATTISON Onestop powers D: All Things Digital   RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CA – PATTISON Onestop is in sunny California this week, availing our technology and creative touch to D: All Things Digital, Wall Street Journal’s Executive conference. Hosted by technology … Read More


Earth day on Pattison Onestop

Sign Media Canada recently caught wind of our Earth Day efforts. Art In Transit is displaying winners of the Toronto Dominion Friends of the Environment Foundation’s and Earth Day Canada’s annual art contest in over 40 shopping malls across the … Read More


Write a public love letter to your city

Do you love your city? Or perhaps your feelings are more complex? If you can fit it in 140 characters, we want to share it with the rest of Canada on a billboard as part of a new public art … Read More


Exposing Toronto’s Waterways

Contacting Toronto: Under this Ground transforms Toronto’s subway system during Scotiabank CONTACT, offering a glimpse of the city’s underground waterways to more than one million TTC commuters daily throughout May. An official public installation of Toronto’s annual photography festival, Contacting … Read More


Metro Edmonton checks out Pattison Onestop

Metro Edmonton took a look at Pattison Onestop’s new screens on the Edmonton Transit System (ETS). Very similar to the TTC Network in Toronto, the ETS network features even bigger screens on Edmonton’s LRT platforms. Read more here


TTC screens display “flip books”

It started simply enough, Claire Sykes explains. Her business partner at Toronto’s Circuit Gallery, Susana Reisman, had gone to Beirut to work on a children’s book and had come back with an interest-piquing boxed set of slim, illustrated volumes. “They … Read More


Murder In Passing, a transit mystery

The Grid took a look at the Art In Transit project Murder In Passing and profiled its creator John Greyson. Check it out here