For the past few years, alongside creating a new album and the soundtrack for Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, Imogen Heap has been working on a plan to revolutionise the music industry using blockchain technology. What could it mean for musicians?
Mercedes-Benz has gone full-on period drama in its new ad, a four-minute long film that tells the tale of how Bertha Benz took the first long-distance journey in an automobile
The spot celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Predator boot, versions of which were worn by both David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane in their prime
Getting your audience to actively participate in the development of your brand, festival or event can provide both a great experience and real engagement with the end result. But doing it well is an art form in itself – we talk to Joe Hartley of Standard Practice for some tips
The 90-second spot, which aired during the Oscars and stars Serena Williams, criticises some of the language used to describe women in sport, and urges them to “dream crazier”
Danish green energy firm Ørsted and Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam have created the new book Is This My Home?, which aims to get kids thinking about climate change and features stunning illustrations by Yeji Yun
With the UK in the grip of a well-documented housing crisis, we need good quality housing that is built to last, and will serve the complex needs of modern society. We talk to architects David Levitt and Jo McCafferty about the difference design can make
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