Opening this week at the Design Museum in London is an exhibition celebrating 40 years of Spanish shoe brand Camper, looking at everything from its manufacturing processes to its playful use of design in its marketing and stores. We spoke to CEO Miguel Fluxà about the role of creativity in the company, and why it remains a family-run business…
Our latest pick of new typography includes a digital version of Milton Glaser’s stencil typeface by Rick Banks, a project to document Leicester Print Workshop’s letterpress collection, new releases from Robert Holmkvist and Stefan Kjartansson and a new online type foundry selling work by students at Lausanne’s University of Art and Design.
This week’s advertising round-up has it all: an interactive ad, an Instagram ad, even a few TV spots. Kicking off proceedings though is this lovely, Captain Pugwash-esque poster campaign for the English National Opera’s forthcoming Pirates of Penzance show, directed by Mike Leigh…
Ready for Record Store Day, a delicious new box set featuring unique marbled vinyl discs, a DVD and even your own P-Funk rosette celebrates George Clinton’s 2013 performances at Metropolis Studios in London. We talked to its designer, Jon Daniel
The iPhone 6 campaign is not just a great example of poster advertising, it also improves our urban environment, writes Paul Belford in his latest CR column
An interesting campaign for homeless charity DePaul UK has just gone up on several street corners in London. The clever use of each site invites passersby to consider that there is “another side to the story” in terms of volunteering shelter for young people sleeping rough
Speaking at Ad Week Europe in London yesterday, director Richard Ayoade, YouTube filmmaker Thomas Ridgewell (TomSka) and Dave Bedwood, creative director at M&C Saatchi, discussed how platforms like YouTube are changing filmmaking, how online content differs to traditional media and what the ad industry can learn from online video.
Last month, Blur announced the April release of The Magic Whip, their first album for 12 years. Its cover art features a neon ice-cream surrounded by Chinese characters – we spoke to art director Tony Hung about how he made it