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Lego Releases New Ads In Its Rebuild The World Campaign

The hugely popular children's brand continues its quest to encourage kids to be...

September 21, 2021 / Graphic Design

Why NFTs Are The Future Of Creative Expression

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have received plenty of media attention, but their si...

September 21, 2021 / Graphic Design

Is Creativity The Secret To Brand Success In China?

MetaDesign group creative director Sally Anderson shares her insights from a dec...

September 20, 2021 / Graphic Design

Insurance Firm Next Employs A Cast Of Friendly Characters In New Branding

The digital-first insurance company wants to motivate small businesses to take t...

September 22, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • New Campaign From Charity Frontline19 Highlights PTSD In Frontline Workers

    An emotive film and print campaign aims to emphasise the long term effects that the pandemic has had on key workers, and how the public can show their support The post New campaign from charity Frontline19 highlights PTSD in frontline workers appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New Campaign From Charity Frontline19 Highlights PTSD In Frontline Workers

    September 10 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Creativity For Change!

    In the fight to gain attention for charities and grassroots causes, design and creative thinking is more important than ever. Here, we look at how creativity can engage people in causes and galvanise wider audiences The post Creativity for change! appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Creativity For Change!

    September 10 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Saint Etienne’s Album Campaign Takes A Trip Down Memory Lane

    The band’s latest album I’ve Been Trying to Tell You is accompanied by rose-tinted visuals from Alasdair McLellan and graphics inspired by British road signs from M/M (Paris). We find out how it came to life The post Saint Etienne’s album campaign takes a trip down memory lane appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Saint Etienne’s Album Campaign Takes A Trip Down Memory Lane

    September 10 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Business Model Innovation – Corporate Entrepreneurship

    Achieving profitable organic growth expectations is more challenging than ever before – changing markets, customer, and shareholder expectations, new players entering the market, the pace of innovation, and the potential for brand loyalty to flip in the blink of an eye. A McKinsey survey confirmed that 86% of senior executives know how critical innovation is […] Continue reading Business Model Innovation – Corporate Entrepreneurship

    September 9 Graphic Design | www.brandingmag.com
  • Scouts Introduces New Programme Squirrels, With Branding By Supple Studio

    Aimed at four-five year-olds and focused on areas of the UK that have been particularly affected by the pandemic, Squirrels is the first new Scouts programme for 35 years The post Scouts introduces new programme Squirrels, with branding by Supple Studio appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Scouts Introduces New Programme Squirrels, With Branding By Supple Studio

    September 9 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Scott King On The Manifesto As Therapy

    Artist and designer Scott King debates the uses and abuses of manifestos, and discusses how they became the perfect canvas for our creative hopes and dreams The post Scott King on the manifesto as therapy appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Scott King On The Manifesto As Therapy

    September 9 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Enikő Eged On Creating Her Own Visual Language

    The illustrator's work contrasts abstract shapes with intertwined figures – here she talks about her digital process and why she wants to experiment more The post Enikő Eged on creating her own visual language appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Enikő Eged On Creating Her Own Visual Language

    September 9 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • New William Eggleston Books Travel From Memphis To Mississippi

    The Outlands is a new set of books that take readers along the route from Memphis to old Mississippi through the eyes of the seminal photographer The post New William Eggleston books travel from Memphis to Mississippi appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New William Eggleston Books Travel From Memphis To Mississippi

    September 9 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Kate Prior Creates Crisp Illustrations For Earl Of East’s Air Fresheners

    The illustrator imagined “everyday scenes, smells and sounds” for the homeware brand’s new range of place-inspired scents The post Kate Prior creates crisp illustrations for Earl of East’s air fresheners appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Kate Prior Creates Crisp Illustrations For Earl Of East’s Air Fresheners

    September 9 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • State Of The Brand: Luminaries Of Asia

    “A brand cannot function unless it is a narrative that is retold by individuals.” – Kotaro Watanabe, Takram, Japan Asia – a vastness of cultural and commercial difference unmatched by any other place in the world. It’s a place where foreign brands need to step lightly and very few actually know success. On the flip […] Continue reading State Of The Brand: Luminaries Of Asia

    September 8 Graphic Design | www.brandingmag.com