The Storytelling issue, Oct/Nov 2017, is out now.
We invited writers to respond to our cover image
this month: read their stories inside.
PLUS: Tom Gauld, Oliver Jeffers, Giphy & S-Town
The second instalment in our series of interviews with jury presidents at this year’s Cannes Lions festival sees us chat with June Laffey, Executive Creative Director at McCann Health Australia & SE Asia, who gives us insights on what she hopes to see in the Health Jury this year.
Ahead of this year’s Cannes Lions, which begins on Saturday, we talk to two of this year’s awards jury presidents, and ask their views of the festival. First up is Ogilvy & Mather’s Worldwide Co-Chairman and CCO Tham Khai Meng, who is leading the Titanium jury this year.
Cannes update: NYT Magazine’s VR issue wins Mobile Grand Prix, Next Rembrandt wins in Cyber and Data
A special issue of the magazine including a Google cardboard VR viewer promised to take readers “halfway around the world”
adam&eveDDB’s 2014 John Lewis Christmas campaign wins Creative Effectiveness Grand Prix while ad agencies dominate Design Lions and Google UK’s Jacquard takes Product Grand Prix
Some people have an impression that Cannes Lions is all about rosé and pool parties. But, as I regularly tell my colleagues who aren’t going this year, it’s in fact about learning. With that in mind, here’s our pick of 15 talks you shouldn’t miss.
Too small? Too big? Too soon? It wouldn’t be Cannes if there wasn’t some controversy over what won. But this year feels different. This year’s festival and the work that won has prompted some more fundamental head-scratching about the ad industry and where it is headed
Well it’s all over for Cannes Lions for another year. The juries have deliberated, an unspeakable amount of rosé has been drunk, and it’s time to round up the major winners. Brace yourself, there are a lot…
The 2015 Cannes Lions is now underway, with talks, awards and parties taking place all week across the French city. The advertising and design event is touted as a ‘festival of creativity’, though is often rather dull and corporate on the visual front. One exception to this is the Google Beach, which is designed this year by Anthony Burrill and celebrates ten years of YouTube…