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NB Studio’s Rebrand Puts Mindshare “at The Centre Of The Infinite Conversation”

The media agency’s updated identity dials down the purple palette in favour of m...

January 24, 2022 / Graphic Design

Collins Unveils A Kaleidoscopic New Logo For OpenWeb

Typography from the 19th century formed the starting point of the studio’s rebra...

January 25, 2022 / Graphic Design

On’s New Ad Tells Olympian Akwasi Frimpong’s Remarkable Story

The film mixes documentary with graphic novel-style animation to tell how Frimpo...

January 24, 2022 / Graphic Design

My Breakthrough Moment: Maira Kalman

The illustrator and writer discusses how, already 30 years into her career, a co...

January 21, 2022 / Graphic Design
  • Exposure: Boway Young

    In this edition of Exposure, Gem Fletcher profiles Chinese photographer Boway Young, whose tender portraiture offers a poetic meditation on the struggles, joys and complex reality of queer love The post Exposure: Boway Young appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Exposure: Boway Young

    November 12 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Unravelling VFX’s Gender Problem

    We speak to 3D creative director Daena Lorne about the shocking lack of women working in visual effects, how she managed to break into the industry and what the solution could be The post Unravelling VFX’s gender problem appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Unravelling VFX’s Gender Problem

    November 12 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • How Creative Leaders Can Deal With Failure

    Failure is an inevitable part of the creative process, yet we will often do anything to avoid it. Here, leadership coach Tanya Livesey explains why leaders need to show that to err is human The post How creative leaders can deal with failure appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Creative Leaders Can Deal With Failure

    November 10 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Is Advertising Finally Addressing Its Age Problem?

    Advertising has long been obsessed with youth. But is the industry finally waking up to the opportunities that older generations present, both in campaigns and behind the scenes? The post Is advertising finally addressing its age problem? appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Is Advertising Finally Addressing Its Age Problem?

    November 9 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Demographics Be Damned!

    Why do so many brands and designers still assume older people are all penniless pensioners or ailing retirees – and why isn’t this changing faster? CR investigates the huge missed opportunity of the over-50s market The post Demographics be damned! appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Demographics Be Damned!

    November 8 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • What Do Deepfakes Mean For Advertising?

    We talk to Alexandre Ben-Soussan, strategy director at BETC, about how brands are responding to deepfake technology, what ethical issues it prompts, and how it could be used in advertising The post What do deepfakes mean for advertising? appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading What Do Deepfakes Mean For Advertising?

    November 8 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Cheeky PSA Advises Getting Vaccinated To “save Your Future Boners”

    The tongue-in-cheek campaign from Quality Meats highlights a specific danger for men who catch Covid-19 in an ongoing effort to get people in the US jabbed The post Cheeky PSA advises getting vaccinated to “save your future boners” appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Cheeky PSA Advises Getting Vaccinated To “save Your Future Boners”

    November 5 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • John Lewis’ Festive Ad Tells The Story Of A Space Traveller’s First Christmas

    Focusing on an unlikely friendship that forms between a young boy and his new intergalactic companion, the spot is all about the little things that matter during the festive season The post John Lewis’ festive ad tells the story of a space traveller’s first Christmas appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading John Lewis’ Festive Ad Tells The Story Of A Space Traveller’s First Christmas

    November 4 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Is AI Killing Creativity In Film? Or Fuelling It?

    AI is often viewed as the death of creativity. Yet, as Maximilian Niemann, a director at Unit9 production company, points out, when machines are used in collaboration with humans, it may actually make for better work The post Is AI killing creativity in film? Or fuelling it? appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Is AI Killing Creativity In Film? Or Fuelling It?

    November 2 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Writing For Robots

    Tech is infiltrating the advertising landscape in increasingly unexpected ways – including who, or what, will be judging your copywriting skills, writes our advertising correspondent Ben Kay The post Writing for Robots appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Writing For Robots

    November 1 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk