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A History Of London As Told By Its Shopfronts

New book London Shopfronts, published by Hoxton Mini Press, offers a photographi...

September 14, 2021 / Graphic Design

French Brand Distance Dares Runners To Break Paris Speed Limit In Ads

Photos from actual speed cameras record the runners as they break Paris' new 30k...

September 13, 2021 / Graphic Design

CALM Launches Bright And Bold Branding In The Fight Against Suicide

The suicide prevention charity has also launched a new ad campaign to coincide w...

September 13, 2021 / Graphic Design

New York Art Show Proves It’s A Dog’s World Now

Stephen Morrison's solo show at the aptly named Invisible Dog gallery in Brookly...

September 15, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • How I Work: Michael Tabtabai, Google Brand Studio

    As executive creative director of Google Brand Studio, Tabtabai discusses his day-to-day and the responsibilities he has in leading a team to drive change The post How I Work: Michael Tabtabai, Google Brand Studio appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How I Work: Michael Tabtabai, Google Brand Studio

    January 7 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • How To Survive 2021: Be Resilient

    Creatives weigh in on how to start off the year with a strong mindset – from backing your own ideas to avoiding creative burnout The post How to survive 2021: Be Resilient appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How To Survive 2021: Be Resilient

    January 7 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • The CIA Has A Trendy New Logo. Critics Are Not Impressed

    As a general rule, the CIA tries to stay out of the news. But its new website didn’t arrive on the scene very quietly. The site and its corresponding new logo seemed more reminiscent of ’70s Joy Division than a staid government agency, a fact that critics on Twitter were quick to point out. But despite its synth pop feel, some design experts said the new site seemed to accomplish its mission: to a... Continue reading The CIA Has A Trendy New Logo. Critics Are Not Impressed

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Do Advertising Creatives Need A Union?

    As the ad industry moves increasingly quickly towards a freelance model, our advertising correspondent Ben Kay asks whether it’s time for creatives to unionise The post Do advertising creatives need a union? appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Do Advertising Creatives Need A Union?

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Photographer Sydney Rahimtoola Explores Myth And Heritage In Her Work

    Images of mythical creatures and domestic sorcery are all part of artist and photographer Sydney Rahimtoola’s attempt to document the “little magical moments” of everyday life The post Photographer Sydney Rahimtoola explores myth and heritage in her work appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Photographer Sydney Rahimtoola Explores Myth And Heritage In Her Work

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • How To Survive In 2021: Get Inspired

    With many of our usual sources of inspiration unavailable right now, where can you get fresh ideas? The post How to survive in 2021: Get inspired appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How To Survive In 2021: Get Inspired

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • New Trailer For The BBC Celebrates The Broadcaster’s Creativity

    At a time when criticism of the BBC feels more intense than ever, the broadcaster has put together a two-minute film to remind us all of the quality programming it delivers The post New trailer for the BBC celebrates the broadcaster’s creativity appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New Trailer For The BBC Celebrates The Broadcaster’s Creativity

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • These Brands Will Pay You To Wear Their Clothes

    For decades, fashion brands have built their businesses on convincing customers to buy new clothes, racking up profits with each new purchase. But in new twist, fashion brands are persuading their customers to wear clothes they already own. Some are even paying them to do so. Take fashion label Aday. To kick off the New Year, it invited 600 customers to wear outfits they’ve already purchased from... Continue reading These Brands Will Pay You To Wear Their Clothes

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Pfizer Unveils Its First Major Logo Redesign In 70 Years

    Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has unveiled its most significant brand refresh in about 70 years. It includes a new logo, dropping the blue pill shape for a double helix-inspired mark, which conjures the science that gave rise to the company’s COVID-19 vaccine. It’s the final step in a shift the company began in 2019, moving from a diverse collection of consumer brands to a more science-driven agenda... Continue reading Pfizer Unveils Its First Major Logo Redesign In 70 Years

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Sorry, Stainless Steel. Samsung Has A Flashier Vision For Your Kitchen

    The refrigerator of today is a wall of gleaming steel, sparkling like a robot from some 1950s sci-fi TV show. But Samsung has a different vision for the future of your kitchen. Samsung imagines your fridge as a blocky, Piet Mondrian painting. You can choose the size and shape, and even the color, to perfectly match your walls. And this customization won’t just be applied to your fridge. All of you... Continue reading Sorry, Stainless Steel. Samsung Has A Flashier Vision For Your Kitchen

    January 6 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com