From Honda to Google to OK Go, it would seem that everybody loves a quirky chain reaction machine. The influence for these contraptions is usually attributed to US cartoonist and inventor Rube Goldberg but another inspiration is British illustrator W Heath Robinson, whose work is currently on show at McCann London.
Apple has today launched a series of cute new product-demo style ads for the Apple Watch. But do they do enough to make you want to buy one?
The Hospital Club’s annual h.Club 100 list of those who have made a significant contribution to the creative industries was announced last night with illustrator Johanna Basford and director Dougal Wilson among those honoured with some pretty groovy trophies
Ad agency BETC Paris has launched a music label, Pop Records, whose artists will be marketed and distributed by Universal’s Polydor Music. CR talks to the Pop Records team about what they can offer musicians, and how it’s not all about teaming up with brands…
Channel 4 has launched a refresh of its branding, centred around a bold new take on its classic logo. Featuring idents from Jonathan Glazer and two new fonts from Neville Brody, the new look is dynamic, playful and at times a little bit bonkers…
Every year, The Talent Business invites leading figures in the advertising business to select some of the brightest graduates for its Cream exhibition. Here’s our pick of this year’s crop
Georgia Fendley has teamed up with fashion designer and former Mulberry colleague Emma Hill to launch Hill & Friends, a new accessories brand with a playful identity and a focus on ethical manufacturing. We spoke to Fendley about the business – and why she thinks fashion needs to be more fun
The October print issue of Creative Review examines the ideas and organisations that are having an impact on the way we live and the homes we live in
We take a look at the making of Hunter’s festival-themed London Fashion Week show – and speak to creative director Alasdhair Willis how the brand has transformed its image through innovative store design, digital content and events…
Today is the International Day of Peace, with organisations, brands and individuals all over the world pledging their support for the initiative. One of the biggest projects is a film by Noma Bar and TBWA\Chiat\Day NY for the World Food Programme which is jointly supported by some of the world’s major brands