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A knitted pussy hat, on-air branding for the Premier League and Pokemon Go are among the designs shortlisted for the Beazley Designs of the Year award
Random International’s Zoological installation sees a flock of airborne drones take up residence at London’s Roundhouse. They put on an enthralling, at times unsettling, show: but can tech ever move us like nature does?
SMFB Oslo responds to news that the Game of Thrones costume designers used Ikea fake fur rugs to create outfits for some of its characters with instructions on how to make your own
Creative Review and British Land have partnered on a special report on wellbeing in the creative workplace. In this document we present the findings of our extensive survey on wellbeing and look at some of the latest thinking in this area
The world of work is rapidly changing, and so are people’s attitudes about how they would like to spend their working days. This rise in entrepreneurs and small businesses coincides with a movement towards creative entrepreneurship, where Brits are ditching the traditional ‘9 to 5’ grind in favour of a more flexible approach which makes […]
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Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers
Following the publication of her monograph Paula Scher: Works, we spoke to the Pentagram partner and artist about her working process. She shares her advice in this series.
In the latest in our monthly showcase of great creative campaigns on Facebook and Instagram, we take a look at BBH’s witty campaign for KFC, which pokes fun at health food vloggers and Instagram stars with a recipe for the Clean Eating Burger – a delicious combination of cauliflower, kale and spiralised chicken breast…
In the past 12 months, there has been a 20% increase in conversations about make up and a 21% increase in mentions of skincare on Facebook and Instagram. Beauty shoppers are increasingly looking to the social media platforms to discover new products, trends and techniques and to research items before making a purchase. How beauty […]
Kate Bones combines digital and analogue techniques to brilliant effect. Photographs shot on film are transformed into animated portraits and looping GIFs with hand-drawn elements. She has created GIF portraits of performers at Glastonbury’s gay nightclub NYC Downlow and a GIF campaign for fashion brand Missguided featuring 88-year-old fashion icon Baddie Winkle. She has also worked on projects for […]
Creative Review has teamed up with Facebook and Instagram to highlight outstanding creative campaigns across both platforms throughout 2017. Each month, we’ll be highlighting campaigns that make innovative use of a range of formats – from Instagram Stories and Facebook Canvas to Messenger – to engage with mobile audiences. Our first piece of Great Work […]
Tips and advice for engaging with car enthusiasts on Instagram – from a look at the most popular hashtags to the top influencers and the most effective automotive campaigns
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