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Surprise and the odd shock: how Refuge uses advertising

We talk to Lisa King, director of communications at Refuge, about how the charity uses a mix of both shocking and uplifting advertising approaches to get attention, plus the impact on its work of The Archers’ domestic abuse storyline.

Leeds Print Festival 2017

This year’s event will explore contemporary print practice with help from DR ME, Pat Bradbury and People of Print

The AI issue

Automation and Artificial Intelligence: threat or opportunity?
In this special report, CR investigates the coming wave of AI
and its impact on creativity

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Lecturer Design Management

Kingston University

Graphic Designer

Fishfinger

Design Assistant

Cultureshock Media

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Falmouth student Olivia Healy creates Refuge auction artwork

BBH London is hosting an auction in aid of Refuge on March 30. Artworks from big names such as Jean Jullien and Hattie Stewart will be for sale, and joining them is Olivia Healy, an illustration student from Falmouth. We talk to her about her work.

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