Design duo Kai and Sunny have refreshed the look of Stella Artois’ Cidre range, bringing in a striking series of fruit illustrations for its five different flavours.
Julia Fullerton-Batten’s new series The Act offers a thought-provoking reflection on the sex industry with cinematic images of women who use their body to earn a living. Needless to say, they’re probably NSFW
Wieden + Kennedy London ECD Iain Tait on how the agency is changing its creative process, the difference between real and fake collaboration and why creative leaders come in all shapes and sizes
How US company Tinybop is building beautiful apps to help children learn about the world through free play
This Bath Spa University graduate likes making illustrations that make people smile. CR speaks to Hattie Clark
Vice founder and chief executive Shane Smith discusses the company’s rapid expansion, making content that resonates with young people and why he believes native TV advertising is more sustainable than traditional branded spots
Intrigued by their ubiquity in gift shops across the world, the humble tea towel has been a kind of canvas for Scott King for several years. Now his new shop, Service Industries, offers up a brand new set of six editions.
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Agile working processes are taking hold across the creative industries. If you don’t know your Waterfall from your Scrummage, Jada Balster, Marketing Director at Workfront, has the basics
An amusing new campaign for Samsung from BBH Sport sees comedian Jack Whitehall try his hand at rowing, cycling and boxing with Team GB athletes