Ads for gaming technology are usually focused on product shots, technical specs and claims about power and performance. Brand & Deliver has taken a different approach in its campaign for graphics card maker Radeon, with a cinematic trailer and protest-themed posters urging a gaming rebellion
In Artangel’s latest work, artist and conservationist Jorge Otero-Pailos displays a latex cast of a wall in Westminster Hall, containing hundreds of years of pollution and dust. Given the political quagmire the UK currently finds itself in, its metaphors are hard to ignore.
We’re picking our favourites from entries to this year’s D&AD New Blood Awards. We will be choosing four projects from each of the themes identified by D&AD in this year’s entries. First: Purpose Beyond Profit
Fancy a two-week residency in Croatia this summer? We’ve teamed up with Obonjan – the island hosting a six-week programme of music, arts and cultural events – to offer an artist-in-residence opportunity to one lucky creative. But hurry, there’s just one day left to enter…
London’s ICA has curated a one-night art festival which takes place in the city this Saturday until the early hours of Sunday morning. Projects include a sensory installation in a disused platform at Charing Cross Tube station, a series of performance sculptures in a luxury apartment block and a video installation in Covent Garden Piazza…
Each year, Saatchi & Saatchi presents a showcase of work at Cannes Lions from some of the best new talents in filmmaking. We pick our favourite films from the class of 2016.
Design studio OK-RM has devised a striking graphic identity for Under the Same Sun, an exhibition of contemporary art from Latin America at the South London Gallery.
Creative festival Offset is heading to Sheffield in October, with two days of talks from Wolfgang Weingart, Aaron Duffy, Lego Star Wars chief designer Jens Kronvold Frederiksen and more…
Internet advocacy and software group Mozilla is rebranding with help from johnson banks. In an unusual move, the company has decided to document the process online – from strategy and concept development to refinement – inviting its community to help shape its new positioning
In the next issue of CR, we’ll be looking at how to get started in the creative industries. We’ve enlisted the help of Pip Jamieson, founder of The Dots, who is going to answer questions submitted by our readers on anything from getting that first placement to funding your own business. Got a question for Pip? Ask it here