Apps, wearables, websites: the world of digital creativity
Somerset House Studios launch this month, with 36,000 sq ft of space in the former Inland Revenue offices transformed into studio, rehearsal and project spaces.
Metahaven’s latest film is a hybrid of live action, animation and graphics and interrogates what we consider as ‘truth’ in the digital world – a question made all the more pertinent as VR begins to take hold.
Adobe set four digital artists the task of recreating lost masterpieces by Caravaggio, Frida Kahlo, Rembrandt and Karl Schinkel. But how did those paintings become lost in the first place? We uncover a tale of war, fire, theft and one of the most daring heists in art history Caravaggio’s Saint Matthew and the Angel was […]
Framestore co-founder and CCO Mike McGee and head of recruitment Amy Smith on finding new talent and the importance of creating an environment that fosters creativity
When the team behind this summer’s cult TV hit Stranger Things were planning its reference-laden production, they turned to Pinterest. Like millions of others around the world, they found Pinterest’s boards, where users can ‘pin’ items of interest that they have discovered online, the perfect tool for collecting material on anything from lighting styles to […]
Earlier this week we invited a group of CR readers to a special workshop event dedicated to creative leadership. With some of our ‘Creative Leaders 50’ nominees on hand to offer advice, we discussed what it takes to lead creative team in 2016. Here’s what we found out…
“Everyone’s instinct was that if you could find out [people’s] age and gender data, that’s fantastic. But what we learned is: it’s almost useless. [What matters is] not who they are in a superficial sense – like gender, age, or geography. It’s not even what they tell you. It’s what they do.” Todd Yellin, VP […]