Impossible Project, the company that revived production of Polaroid film in 2008, is today rebranding as Polaroid Originals, and launching a new analogue instant camera, the Polaroid OneStep 2. We talk to creative director Danny Pemberton about returning to the name and how he turned to the classic Polaroid archive to created the identity for the new brand.
In the latest episode of Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers, he talks to Yasmine Evjen, a Design Advocate on the Google Design Relations Team, about learning design skills and debate whether technical expertise helps or hinders the creative process.
There’s barely another producer or sound engineer that’s had as profound an impact on song-making as Joe Meek, the pioneer who turned production into artistry and whose life tragically ended in 1967 when he was just 36. Those aware of Meek adore him; those who aren’t will almost certainly have heard his work: the yearning […]
YouTube has unveiled a logo redesign, alongside a new look for its desktop site, billed as an “evolution not a revolution” by the brand.
A step-by-step guide to promoting your creative work using Canvas Folio – a quick-loading, full-screen mobile portfolio
This is our second bimonthly issue of Creative Review, and at 164 pages it’s packed to the gills with delights, including Grayson Perry on rigour, Ben Terrett on the importance of trusting your team, James Lavelle, Vitra, Monument Valley II and how Generation Z is coming to shake up creativity…
Jonathan Puckey and Roel Wouters have teamed up with Google’s Data Arts Team to create a charming and fun interactive video for new track Dance Tonite by LCD Soundsystem. Here’s how it was made.
An ambitious year-long programme, HP Mars Home Planet will use virtual reality to simulate what a human population of one million could look like on Mars
A knitted pussy hat, on-air branding for the Premier League and Pokemon Go are among the designs shortlisted for the Beazley Designs of the Year award
This is the seventh episode of designer vs developer, Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers looks at the craft of coding. He speaks to Mariko Kosaka, a Developer Advocate on the Google Developers Relations Team, about the art she creates with code and how developers can embrace the notion of making something that isn’t necessarily useful but still has value.