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  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 10:28 | From:

    The End Of The Inconspicuous Purple Cow

    Do you remember Seth Godin’s “purple cow”? This is a principle in marketing, according to which you have to be completely different in order for consumers to notice you. Just like the cows you see from the train window. Even if they are interesting to you at first, the black... Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 9:20 | From:

    Musa Okwonga’s Latest Book Comes With 1,000 Rainbow Covers

    Every copy of In The End It Was All About Love, published by Rough Trade Books, is unique, thanks to its hand screen-printed jacket by Tommy Davidson-Hawley The post Musa Okwonga’s latest book comes with 1,000 rainbow covers appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 5:59 | From:

    Photography Next Panel Discussion: Watch Again Here

    Last week, Creative Review hosted a panel talk with a series of experts which looked at the ways in which the photography industry needs to change. You can watch the discussion again here The post Photography Next panel discussion: Watch again here appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 3:39 | From:

    Pornhub’s New Eco-minded Campaign Asks Us To Get ‘sexstainable’

    The adult entertainment site has teamed up with environmental group 2030 or Bust on an innuendo-filled new channel dedicated to Sexstainable JOI (jerk off instruction) videos The post Pornhub’s new eco-minded campaign asks us to get ‘sexstainable’ appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 3:36 | From:

    How To Get The Most Out Of Long-term Projects

    We speak to a handful of creatives to get their insight on the ups and downs of working on the same project or for the same client for a long time; plus tips on keeping it interesting The post How to get the most out of long-term projects appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    The Outrageous Costumes Of Capitol Rioters Echo The Early Days Of The KKK

    After the riots at the Capitol, images of Jacob Chansley, who’s been dubbed the “QAnon Shaman,” were splashed across news outlets. Chansley’s outlandish costume—consisting of American flag-themed face paint, a hat made of bison horns and coyote skins, a shirtless, tattooed torso, and brown pants—was... Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    Shutterstock Makes A $75 Million Bet That The Future Of Photography Doesn’t Involve Cameras

    Take a second look at a stock photo of a coffee cup or soup can, and you may notice something: It’s not actually a photograph. It just might be CGI—a computer generated image of whatever product that particular company’s hawking. Take Swedish retailer Ikea, which has been using CGI photos since as e... Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 2:00 | From:

    Why Two Of The World’s Most Innovative Design Firms Are Moving To An Old Shipyard

    After years of sitting in the dark, its massive windows bricked over, a huge and historic building in Brooklyn’s Navy Yard is going back to its manufacturing roots. An extensive $42 million renovation of the century-old boat-building facility by S9 Architecture has turned it into a space for modern... Read more

  • Posted: January 26 2021 @ 1:00 | From:

    Scientists Can Hack Your Nerves So Artificial Limbs Feel Lighter

    Weight is an objective measurement. If you want an object to weigh less, you need to construct it from fewer, lighter materials. It’s one of many reasons why MacBooks are made of lighter aluminum instead of more durable steel. But weight is, in part, a subjective sensation. Our expectations of how h... Read more

  • Posted: January 25 2021 @ 4:17 | From:

    How I Work: Bukola Garry, Adam&eveDDB

    The ad agency’s new head of diversity, equality and inclusion talks to us about her experiences in advertising, her plans for the role, and why it isn’t about being the ‘PC police’ The post How I Work: Bukola Garry, adam&eveDDB appeared first on Creative Review. Read more