“Don’t show me a draw full of great roughs. If it don’t run, it ain’t advertising.” Adland stalwart and longtime proponent of “creative mischief” Dave Trott gave a straight-talking, no BS introduction to advertising at the D&AD Festival
Vice has set up the Vice Film School Initiative, in partnership with Panasonic Lumix, which aims to help those that “don’t have stacks of cash for film school or a spare 15 years to kill doing it by trial and error” to get into the industry.
A new book by photographer Susan Ressler takes us inside the offices of 1970s America, and reveals the shiny bastions to corporate glory that existed in the decade.
Birmingham Design Festival to feature design for Star Wars, tackling “imposter syndrome” and creating artwork for pop culture
Anthony Burrill, ustwo, Craig Oldham and Astrid Stavro of Atlas are among the speakers announced for Birmingham Design Festival, taking place at various venues across the city this June
From her time at Tibor Kalman’s M&Co to her current work at Pentagram New York, playfulness and wit are at the heart of Emily Oberman’s approach. She talks to Emily Gosling about finding those ‘aha’ moments that combine both humour and humanity.
Taking the theme Radical Luxury, Selfridges has launched a Surrealist-influenced 60-second film shot by director and photographer Norbert Schoerner.
Superunion has created a new identity for Elliptic, a tech company that detects and investigates cryptocurrency-enabled criminal activity such as terrorism, ransomware and child pornography.
National Geographic is launching a new look for its May issue, with the strategy and redesign created with Godfrey Dadich Partners (GDP) billed as the “most significant overhaul of content and design since 2000”
Indecipherable hieroglyphs to some, sacred scrolls to others: Xbox commands and football are languages that so many are passionately fluent in, and which utterly baffle so many others.