Cult short film series Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared has gained millions of views online, and now has its own clothing collection, courtesy of Lazy Oaf.
Two websites have been chosen as the best of 2015 by the Favourite Website Awards, and while they may be very different in style and content, both demonstrate that when it comes to interactivity online, it’s best to keep it simple.
New musical wonder.land mixes digital tech and live theatre in a new adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale from Rufus Norris and Moira Buffini, with music by Blur’s Damon Albarn. As the show hits the National Theatre in London, we chat to set designer Rae Smith, costume designer Katrina Lindsay, and projection designer Lysander Ashton
This evening, during its Text Santa charity fundraiser, ITV ran an ad break created in the medium of wool. Brands including BT, British Gas, Nationwide, DFS, Amazon Prime and Dreams all saw their usual ads recreated in knits during the break – we talk to ITV Creative about how it was done.
For Chris Ware’s latest collaboration with The New Yorker, his cover art has been turned into a short animation based on a parenting tale taken from Ira Glass’s radio show, This American Life
Greenpeace released a new ad this weekend to coincide with the Climate Change March, which happened in cities all over the world on Sunday, and ahead of the COP21 United Nations climate change conference, which opens today in Paris. Created by Stine Hole Mankovsky, the campaign uses the familiar image of a Russian doll to powerful affect.
Directors Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels create animated shorts with beautifully crafted woollen puppets and sets. We spoke to the pair about the making of their award-winning film Oh Willy!, which has just been released online…
Creative Review’s next Annual, our showcase of the best work of the year, is now open for entries. Selected work will be published in a special double issue of CR in May, as well as on a dedicated section of our site – so your work can be seen by peers, potential clients and the wider creative community.
Mother London has created a charming animated commercial for Ikea, which aims to emphasise the value of play. We talk to post-production house MPC about how they worked closely with director Daren Rabinovitch to create the ad’s distinctive style…