It’s sadly quite rare these days to see a striking poster campaign, so these new ads for US eyewear brand Randolph Engineering, which feature dynamic photographs and very little branding, really stand out.
The Premier League has launched a new visual identity for the 2016/17 season, with an updated lion icon designed to communicate a new side to the world’s most popular football league
New roles, new skills, new talent: where will the UK’s creative industries find the talent to keep it at the cutting edge? Come and hear from some top creative employers at the latest SohoCreate Connect event
Here’s our pick of the best ads from the Super Bowl 50 (with some observations on this year’s trends thrown in too).
Graphic artist Noma Bar’s animated film for NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital uses animation to highlight its pioneering work in using immunotherapy to fight cancer.
In the first in a new series of CR columns analysing new identity design, creative director James Greenfield looks at Uber’s rebrand and the impact it will have on the company’s audience and its fortunes.
Nike has created an eight-part short film series as its latest ad campaign aimed at women. What does it say about how the brand, and sports organisations generally, are approaching female audiences?
In his first major UK show, artist and toy designer KAWS brings a series of enormous pop art inspired characters to the lush green hills of Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Is it time for creatives to get more hands-on with digital production? James Britton, managing partner at Stinkdigital, thinks yes, and believes that more connectivity between the creative and production departments will make for better work.
‘Authenticity’ is the new byword in design for fast food brands as the giants of the sector face up to the threat of new challengers such as Byron, Five Guys and Shake Shack. But, suggests Silas Amos, some of these ‘cooler’ alternatives may be just as contrived as their bigger brothers, whose future lies in simply being themselves