Women’s Day

Gender stereotypes: still not funny

Are you a domestic obsessive, a selfless nurturer or a fraught juggler?  Or perhaps you identify more as a sex object or unattainable goddess? If so, according to the TV advertising of the past 50 years, you are a woman

Poster Girls

Celebrating the ‘Poster Girls’

‘Poster Girls’, a new exhibition at the London Transport Museum, looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.A new exhibition at the London Transport Museum looks back at the contribution that female artists have made to TfL over the past century, and examines some of the hidden stories behind their work.

The story behind Fearless Girl

Fearless Girl, the striking bronze statue placed on Wall Street by McCann New York to coincide with International Women’s Day in March, has been winning big at Cannes Lions. Here’s how it was made.

Why mums mean business

If advertising – and the wider creative industry – wants a more diverse workforce, it needs to provide a better path for mothers to return to work after having children. Ali Hanan explains how her Creative Equals Returnships programme is doing just that