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  • Today Posted: April 12 2021 @ 1:57 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Introducing The Colourful Characters Of Neko Jiang

    The illustrator discusses growing up in China, the influence of her move to New York, and her striking graphic novel Allergen, which tells the story of a bad breakup and a severe allergic reaction The post Introducing the colourful characters of Neko Jiang appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Today Posted: April 12 2021 @ 1:48 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Philip K Dick’s Short Stories Get A Neon Redesign

    A limited edition four-volume collection designed by La Boca features fluorescent covers and dozens of new illustrations The post Philip K Dick’s short stories get a neon redesign appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Today Posted: April 12 2021 @ 1:45 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    How Intern Is Helping Young Creatives Shape Their Careers

    Intern founder Alec Dudson discusses the platform’s mission to help people navigate the pitfalls of a creative career, plus how we can bridge the university-industry divide and why unpaid internships are never ok The post How Intern is helping young creatives shape their careers appeared first on Cr... Read more

  • Today Posted: April 12 2021 @ 1:30 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    How Tech Is Shaping Luxury Fashion And Beauty Brands

    The pandemic has led luxury fashion and beauty brands to finally seize on the opportunities of creative technology. We look at how the accessibility of tech aligns with the exclusivity of luxury, and what it all means for the return of physical stores The post How tech is shaping luxury fashion and... Read more

  • Today Posted: April 12 2021 @ 1:23 | From: www.brandingmag.com

    Creatively Challenged – Predicting The Rise Of The Chief Creative Officer

    On 14th January this year, WPP announced the appointment of a new Global Chief Creative Officer. Based on their press release, it sounds like an amazing job: “Champion creativity within and beyond the company, fostering a culture that delivers extraordinary work to WPP’s clie... Read more

  • Today Posted: April 12 2021 @ 1:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    This Man Is On A Mission To Recycle Everything In Your Life

    Have you ever felt guilty about tossing your old Teva sandals, or Colgate toothbrush, or Etch A Sketch into the trash, where they will clog up a landfill for hundreds of years? I have good news for you. All of those items—and many more—are now recyclable thanks to TerraCycle, a company that can recy... Read more

  • Posted: April 9 2021 @ 10:45 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Did Target Steal This Black Creator’s Branding?

    In an Instagram post Thursday, Target said it would invest $2 billion in Black-owned businesses by 2025. But it didn’t get off to a good start. The post’s visual look appears to co-opt the branding of a Black-run organization Target doesn’t support. The post is a carbon-copy of the branding of the n... Read more

  • Posted: April 9 2021 @ 4:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    These Shapeshifting Streetlights Are Slow Tech At Its Finest

    There’s a scene in Alice in Wonderland where Alice walks into a garden and hears a voice. She turns and sees a rose that has come to life, its red petals expressively leaning toward her. Soon, all the flowers in the garden have animated, turning to face her and breaking out in song. Well that’s almo... Read more

  • Posted: April 9 2021 @ 3:49 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    The Fandangoe Kid On Creativity As Catharsis

    Artist Annie Nicholson, aka The Fandangoe Kid, shares how grief has shaped her practice, and discusses the complexities of using creativity to work through trauma The post The Fandangoe Kid on creativity as catharsis appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: April 9 2021 @ 3:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    How This Year’s Pritzker Prize Winners Could Spark An Architectural Revolution

    Starting out as an architect in the 1990s, I was so eager for work, and excited about the creative possibilities, that turning down a project seemed inconceivable. It was thrilling, then, at a conference a few years ago, to hear French architects Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal explain how the... Read more