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Go and tweet the joy machine

Hellicar & Lewis unveiled their latest digital installation, The Hello Cube, at Tate Modern earlier today as part of a series of events centred around the gallery’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition. Visitors can tweet @thehellocube to dictate the patterns and shapes which appear on a huge screen, and you can even do it (and see your efforts) remotely

FWA Site of the Year Winners Announced

The votes have been counted and verified, and we can now reveal that the winner of the FWA Site of the Year Award for 2011 is… The Museum of Me for Intel.

The FWA People’s Choice Award 2011

What’s been your favourite new website this year? The FWA site is offering up its top 12 sites of 2011 for you to choose from in its annual FWA People’s Choice Award…

CR Survey

There’s a wonderful story in the new Saul Bass book in which Bass, recovering from hip surgery, presents his idea for a beer ad from his hospital bed. So, we’d like to know, what’s the strangest client presentation you’ve ever done?

Intel’s Museum of Me

First there was the Facebook Book, and now we can view our social media content in the form of a virtual museum exhibition…

Google AdWords says Thank You

To mark the tenth anniversary of its flagship advertising product AdWords, Google created a film that could be customised to say thank you to each and every one of its advertisers…

Lovely music videos, commercials and more!

It’s Friday, so it must be time for a round-up of the lovely work that has landed in our inboxes at CR Towers this week. We open with this great animated video from director David Wilson, for the Japanese Popstars track Let Go…

All manner of life, frozen in time

A new show at Tate Britain looks at the career of Eadweard Muybridge: photographer, technical innovator and forerunner of cinematic art

RCA SHOW part two

Here’s the promised second part of our round up of great work spotted at the Roycal College of Art’s SHOW Two yesterday…

LCC Super Graphics grad show

In the latest in our series of posts on the degree shows, CR’s Eliza Williams visits the LCC Supergraphics show and picks out some personal favourites…