The challenges posed by the ageing populations
of developed countries and the opportunities
for the creative industries to respond to them.
Once upon a time, most brands would have steered well clear of politics in their advertising. Not anymore.
The World Press Photo competition has again uncovered some of the best journalistic photography work of the year; images of hope, hopelessness and all that lies in between. Here, we present some of best images from the shortlisted work, along with the overall Press Photo of the Year
Trainspotting’s famous Choose Life speech has had an update for the sequel. Could you write a better version? Write your 2017 Choose Life speech for us and you could win a limited edition Trainspotting screenprint
Richard Mosse presents a highly original, and chilling, view of the refugee crisis in his exhibition Incoming, on show at the Barbican Curve gallery in London. We talk to him about the work.
A’ Design Award & Competition is the world’s leading international annual juried competition for design. Today we are pleased to spotlight a selection of A’ Design Award laureates as well as the latest call for entries which you will find at the bottom of the article.
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