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  • The Surrealist Charm Of Illustrator Nico Ito’s Artworks

    After switching from design to illustration during the pandemic, the Japanese artist’s otherworldly aesthetic has caught the attention of big name brands including Gucci and Nike Continue reading The Surrealist Charm Of Illustrator Nico Ito’s Artworks

    May 24 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Apple Doubles Down On Its Data Privacy Offering In New Ad

    The spot is the latest from the tech brand which highlights how users of its iPhones can easily avoid their data being shared Continue reading Apple Doubles Down On Its Data Privacy Offering In New Ad

    May 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Google Pixel Ad Sees Unwanted Elements From Photos Cast Into The Abyss

    The magic eraser tool on the Google Pixel 6 smartphone allows users to effortlessly remove erroneous background objects and people. But where do they end up? Continue reading Google Pixel Ad Sees Unwanted Elements From Photos Cast Into The Abyss

    May 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Exposure: Paul Guilmoth

    Paul Guilmoth's photography draws on their work as a carer for the elderly, but instead of producing documentary images, Guilmoth sees their work as an escape and an opportunity to build new worlds Continue reading Exposure: Paul Guilmoth

    May 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • London Exhibition Mines Ephemera From Jarvis Cocker’s Past

    The musician explores the early roots of his creativity and shares photos and writings from his youth in the exhibition at the Gallery of Everything in London Continue reading London Exhibition Mines Ephemera From Jarvis Cocker’s Past

    May 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Rumi Hara’s Surrealist Tales Of Sisterhood, Hitchhiking And Orgies

    Away from her commercial commissions for clients like BuzzFeed, the New Yorker and Ogilvy & Mather, the New York-based, Japanese-born illustrator lets her imagination (and pens) run wild Continue reading Rumi Hara’s Surrealist Tales Of Sisterhood, Hitchhiking And Orgies

    May 20 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Dn&co’s New Branding For ARC Emphasises Its Role In Science

    Real estate partner ARC groups scientific organisations together into ‘clusters’ – an idea at the heart of the new identity Continue reading Dn&co’s New Branding For ARC Emphasises Its Role In Science

    May 19 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • BBC Celebrates Summer Of Women’s Sport In New Ad

    Featuring sporting stars from footballer Lucy Bronze to cricketer Nat Sciver and tennis player Emma Raducanu, the ad aims to introduce women's sport to a new generation of fans Continue reading BBC Celebrates Summer Of Women’s Sport In New Ad

    May 19 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Are Copyright Battles Destroying Creativity?

    In an industry where people are often badly paid, it's important to protect the ownership of creative work and ideas. But is this leading to a litigious culture that will ultimately suppress creativity? Richard Holman examines both sides of the question Continue reading Are Copyright Battles Destroying Creativity?

    May 19 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • A Day In The Life View Of 1970s Stourbridge

    Life As It Is brings together 80 previously unpublished photographs from photographer John Myers’ archive taken near his home in Stourbridge Continue reading A Day In The Life View Of 1970s Stourbridge

    May 18 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk