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Seven ages of a creative: Graham Fink

The ad creative behind iconic work for British Airways, Dixons, Land Rover, and more reflects on 40 years in advertising, being the agent for the world’s first social humanoid robot, and the fast pace of our intoxicating digital future

Seven ages of a creative: Liz Johnson Artur

Over the past 30 years, the London-based photographer and Turner Prize-winning artist has used images to offer new perspectives on the Black experience. She talks about finally getting recognition for her work in her 50s

Seven ages of a creative: Lucienne Roberts

Despite her long-standing relationship with graphic design, Lucienne Roberts has begun questioning its contribution to the world. Here, she examines how the design industry has changed over the decades she has worked in it

Seven ages of a creative: Sho Shibuya

The New York-based designer and artist has experienced an organic career involving work at major studios and, more recently, recognition as a painter. Here, he explains why creating meaningful work matters more than age


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