The Rebl House creative agency in downtown Montreal is maze of aphorisms. Inside the front door, a white screen with small black script reads, I don’t know where I’m going…but, I’m on my way. Around the corner, leading up to the second floor, is a set of stairs stencilled with Drake’s Started From The Bottom Now We’re Here. Down the hall and to the right, Do What You Love is written in white neon against a black background. And at the back of the studio, past the #BOSSLADY director’s chair to the left, Too Glam To Give A Damn is scrawled on a black wall between the bathrooms.
Phillip Danault has his own mantra, and he repeats if often as he lounges in the studio. It’d fit in well here, and it has served him well over his three years in the madhouse market that is Montreal. “Just go with t...
About the Author
Ronnie Shuker is an editor at large for The Hockey News. He brought his philosophy and journalism graduate degrees to THN in 2011 and has been living the dream since. By day he mans his desk, crushing copy and weaving yarns for the magazine. By night he’s either at home or in the press box watching dump-truck loads of hockey.