In order to come up with the risky ideas that clients desperately need today, creatives need to feel supported. CR talks to adam&eveDDB’s Rick Brim and Accept & Proceed’s Lily Fletcher about overcoming fear in the workplace
Analysis of significant creative projects, people and trends
The biannual fashion mag has met its print deadline for the first time, but punctuality has come at a cost – the issue isn’t finished. In an exclusive chat, CR talks to the team to find out what happened
With Gen Zs leading the way in politics and beyond, society has become embroiled in a race to keep up. Megan Williams speaks to figures in art and publishing from different generations to uncover more about the fear of underachieving and how to move past it
In her latest advice column for CR, Anna Higgs offers advice to a team member whose work life is being derailed by a rude and difficult colleague, and has a manager that doesn’t seem to care
Worried clients can be the death knell for bold ideas, and persuading them to be brave is the only way to avoid tepid creative work. So how should creative agencies help brands get over their fear of taking risks?
Mentors can be invaluable when it comes to navigating the pitfalls of creative work, whether that’s getting a job, going freelance or launching a new business. So why don’t more of us seek them out, and why aren’t mentoring schemes more widespread?
Isamaya Ffrench became one of the most sought-after creatives in fashion thanks to her unconventional use of makeup. Here, she talks to CR about her art, the pressure that comes with finding success at an early age and her conflicted relationship with social media
Visual Editions is known for its inventive approach to storytelling, creating apps and books for the likes of Penguin Random House, COS and WeTransfer. We talk to its founders about the agency’s work
Combining found paintings with pithy words and phrases, Wayne White’s artworks have become ready-to-use memes for the internet age. CR speaks to the artist about how the project has developed since 1999
The recent ASA rulings against Volkswagen and Mondelez suggest that the days of sexist ads might be coming to an end. But are the rules too draconian, as critics claim, or is this the push advertising needs?