In the UK General Election, support for progressive politics is far more visible in the creative community than pro-Conservative messages are. Yet surveys reveal that not all creative people are left-leaning. Hannah Ellis goes in search of designers on the right and examines the contradiction inherent in an industry predominantly ‘of the left’ that spends much of its time enabling an economic system that is at odds with many leftist ideals
Persuasion in marketing was once simply about attracting the customer to make a purchase. But in the digital age, says Code Computerlove design director Tom Bradley, persuasion is a far more subtle and important art…
Speaking at the D&AD festival in London yesterday was Anna Higgs, creative director at Nowness, who explained why creativity matters more than clicks, plus why “with great reach, comes great responsibility”.
Intro’s graphic new identity for Royal Museums Greenwich replaces SomeOne’s image-based scheme
Lyst’s Seeker series celebrates creatives who know what they want, and hunt down the things they love. This isn’t about collections, obsessions or status symbols, it’s about the value of finding the items that bring you joy. It’s about things not stuff, and the stories behind the search.
With magazine covers appearing in the digital space before they hit the newsstands, there’s a temptation to resort to shock tactics to ensure they stand out. Yet simple, wordless images can offer plenty of pause for thought, as the current New Yorker shows