UK group Brandalism has hijacked ad space at 600 bus stops in Paris, replacing official ads for brands including Air France and Volkswagen with fake ones criticising the companies’ environmental credentials. The group has also installed some provocative artwork targeting climate change and pollution…
With its 2016 calendar, Pirelli joins a raft of brands that are recognising the commercial gains in celebrating and empowering women, rather than objectifying them.
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.
The Epica awards are usually a good weathervane for the awards season ahead. Its Film Grand Prix this year goes to Shiseido’s High School Girl? – will more success follow for this clever spot?
Along with our colleagues on Marketing Week and Design Week, CR is launching a major piece of research into careers and pay in the design, advertising and marketing industries. And we need your help
Panic!, a survey of working life in the cultural and creative industries by arts organisation Create in association with Goldsmiths, University of London, University of Sheffield, and LSE, reveals that the arts are now virtually a closed shop where most people are middle class. The survey comes at a crucial time for the arts sector, with further cuts to funding expected in the government’s spending review on November 25.
Advertising is more ubiquitous than ever before, but with ubiquity has come resentment and irritation. As the industry indulges in yet another round of soul-searching, it’s time for creative thinking and risk-taking to return to the forefront
December’s Creative Review is a double issue – we look at how creativity is being applied to the world of sport, plus, turn the magazine over and you can enjoy 89 pages of the very best imagemaking in the Photography Annual 2015
Tate Britain has launched a series of posters highlighting three of its most famous paintings in its collection. Unusually, they don’t feature any of the art – instead, a few lines of text conjure up the image and how we might experience it. It’s a technique which has generated some interesting work over the years
How should we reconsider language and casting when marketing to older people? Are we ignoring demographic realities? Why are we still so obsessed with youth? These are just some of the questions considered by a group of industry experts at a panel discussion during the Festival of Marketing 2015