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  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 3:58 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Getting To Know Tony’s Chocolonely

    The Tony's Chocolonely brand started as a way to change the cocoa industry. Here, we get an insight into its visual branding and what being a responsible chocolate brand means The post Getting to know Tony’s Chocolonely appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 3:53 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Xinmei Liu’s Images Are Inspired By Old Chinese Propaganda Posters

    With commissions from the New York Times and Medium, Xinmei Liu enjoys combining nostalgia with satire to create surreal and surprising illustrations The post Xinmei Liu’s images are inspired by old Chinese propaganda posters appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 3:53 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    How To Build A Food Brand

    From raising funding on Kickstarter to putting “a bit of disco” into the branding, Future Noodles founder Carl Clarke and Otherway's Jono Holt take CR through the highs and lows of building a food brand The post How to build a food brand appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 3:49 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Skimming The Surface Of Ghana’s Lake Volta

    In his new photo book, Boys of Volta, Jeremy Snell trains his lens on the children who work in the world’s largest artificial reservoir in Ghana The post Skimming the surface of Ghana’s Lake Volta appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 3:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    8 Stunning Designs You’ll Never Believe Are From Ikea

    Okay, some Ikea furniture is built to last. Case in point: A new sale of Ikea furniture that showcases some of the brand’s boldest designs over the past five decades. In fact, if you didn’t know better, you’d never peg these items as coming from the Swedish company. Artist Harry Stayt started collec... Read more

  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 2:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    A Brilliant Plan To Turn Parking Garages Into Rooftop Gardens

    There are more than 41,000 parking spaces in the central business district of Melbourne, Australia. Many of them could be put to better use, says Julian Anderson, a director at the large Australian architecture firm Bates Smart. “It’s the third largest land use in the city,” he says. Community space... Read more

  • Posted: November 24 2020 @ 1:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    Too Many Designers Worked For Free In 2020

    How have freelance designers survived the pandemic? A new survey of more than 11,000 of them across 147 countries tells a bleak story. The research was conducted by 99designs, an Australian-based platform that connects freelance designer and clients. It found that a third had difficulty finding stea... Read more

  • Posted: November 23 2020 @ 10:05 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Great Work: Haim’s Augmented Reality Album Cover

    Fans of LA pop rock group Haim were treated to an interactive AR soundscape on Instagram to celebrate the band's latest release The post Great Work: Haim’s augmented reality album cover appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: November 23 2020 @ 6:19 | From: www.creativereview.co.uk

    Research In Marketing: Why Our Methods Need Modernising

    While media and marketing has grown ever-more complex in recent decades, many marketing research methods remain stuck in the 1940s. Here, Leonie Annor-Owiredu argues it's time to move on The post Research in marketing: why our methods need modernising appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: November 23 2020 @ 4:00 | From: www.fastcompany.com

    This New Book On The Sistine Chapel Costs $22,000

    Imagine you had $22,000 to spend on something frivolous. What would you buy? Maybe an extravagant vacation? Or perhaps a 1.7 carat cushion-cut yellow diamond ring from Tiffany. Art collectors might snag a signed Warhol lithograph. We spend half our time in quarantine daydreaming, anyway, so think bi... Read more