Richard Mosse presents a highly original, and chilling, view of the refugee crisis in his exhibition Incoming, on show at the Barbican Curve gallery in London. We talk to him about the work.
Once upon a time, most brands would have steered well clear of politics in their advertising. Not anymore.
For the Design Museum’s NEW OLD show, CR challenged two ad agencies to market the idea of ageing as something positive. Here, we feature their responses
Butterflies flap, a wild ocean rages and a waterfall cascades through the space in teamLab’s digital art exhibition, currently on show at Pace London.
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It’s easy to think of the films of Stanley Kubrick as the work of a singular creative vision, the result of an uncompromising director with a reputation for having things his own way. Some of the most vivid images in cinema have come out of his filmmaking and his pioneering science-fiction epic, 2001: A Space […]
Many brands have straplines that make no sense. This is not a new observation. The habit of turning nouns into adjectives or vice versa is long-established. Sky has spent years telling us to believe in a comparative adjective. BUPA gave copywriters a heart attack in 2011 by promising to help us ‘find healthy’. And Adidas […]
(Above: Actor Matthew Spencer as Winston in 1984, a production by Headlong and Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company, created by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan, with set design by Chloe Lamford. chloelamford.co.uk. Photo: Manuel Harlan) Set in 2050, the play presents a chilling vision of the future of the internet: it focuses on the interrogation of […]
The TAC (which is a Victorian government body) and Clemenger BBDO Melbourne worked with a leading trauma surgeon, a crash investigation expert and artist Patricia Piccinini on the project. According to the Tac “Graham has been designed with bodily features that might be present in humans if they had evolved to withstand the forces involved in crashes. […]