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Toro Magazine: What Men Need to Know

Toro, not to be confused with the lawnmower brand, is a Canadian magazine "for young urban men who have outgrown the laddie books like Maxim and FHM but who still want a smart, funny, edgy

Published on Jan 29, 2007

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Toro, not to be confused with the lawnmower brand, is a Canadian magazine "for young urban men who have outgrown the laddie books like Maxim and FHM but who still want a smart, funny, edgy read," says John St. CD Angus Tucker. "And it's respected by readers not only for a knowing take on men's topics but for an intelligent wit when discussing them." OK, serial killers are standard laddie or post-laddie comedy fare, and metrosexuality lives on, as hirsute Canadian men are encouraged to tweeze their eyebrows

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Date
Jan 29, 2007
Creative Director:
Stephen Jurisic
Creative Director:
Angus Tucker
Art Director:
Nellie Kim
Copywriter:
Chris Hirsch
Photographer:
Chris Woods
Client:
Toro Magazine
Agency:
John St.

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