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Photographer Tommaso Protti Captures The Many Sides Of The Amazon

The photographer was given the Carmignac Photojournalism Award to raise attentio...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Early Years Of Factory Records Celebrated In A New Museum Show

An exhibition at Manchester's Science and Industry Museum celebrates the early y...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

Ikea Norway Introduces The Trash Collection

Ikea's latest sustainability push sees the brand repurpose furniture that has be...

June 16, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Hot New Amenity At Google And Other Tech Companies? Tents

Shelter Co., technically, is a company that rents tents. But over the past year,...

June 17, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • How FIFA Became A Creative Catalyst

    Not just an enormously popular video game, this year saw FIFA become the impetus for some forward-thinking creative work. Engine and adam&eveDDB discuss its huge cultural influence and advertising’s changing relationship with gaming The post How FIFA became a creative catalyst appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How FIFA Became A Creative Catalyst

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Raman Djafari Directs Stunning Animation For Warp Records’ Squid

    Coming in at over eight minutes long, the video for the song Pamphlets explores "the feeling of being unfit, unlovable, not compatible and the manic anxiety and stress that this results in," according to Djafari The post Raman Djafari directs stunning animation for Warp Records’ Squid appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Raman Djafari Directs Stunning Animation For Warp Records’ Squid

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  • Leeds 2023 Year Of Culture Unveils New Visual Identity

    Yorkshire-based agency Peter & Paul has worked on the branding for the city’s year-long celebration of creativity in all its forms The post Leeds 2023 Year of Culture unveils new visual identity appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Leeds 2023 Year Of Culture Unveils New Visual Identity

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • This Wild Concept Car Snaps Together Like Ikea Furniture

    Would you buy an electric car from Ikea? And if you did . . . would you have to assemble it yourself? The answers to both those questions are yes, according to Ryan Schlotthauer, a recent graduate of the College of Creative Studies in Detroit. For his thesis project, he was inspired by the French auto manufacturer Renault and the world’s largest furniture company Ikea to craft the Höga. The Höga i... Continue reading This Wild Concept Car Snaps Together Like Ikea Furniture

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • ‘The Oregon Trail’ Is Back—and A Little Less Racist

    The Oregon Trail holds a special place in the hearts of many millennials who grew up playing it on desktop computers at school. It told the story of heroic, mid-19th-century “pioneers” who grabbed a wagon and raced out West, dodging snake bites and cholera to eventually reach the promised land and claim their own little piece of paradise. For many Indigenous people, however, The Oregon Trail told... Continue reading ‘The Oregon Trail’ Is Back—and A Little Less Racist

    June 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Chip And Joanna Gaines Launch 9 Virtual Classes To Channel Your Inner ‘Fixer Upper’

    If success is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, then “Fixer Upper” fans have been getting a raw deal. Since its debut in 2013, cohosts Chip and Joanna Gaines have offered viewers a behind-the-scenes view of home renovation, from gleeful demolition to tearful unveiling. But viewers hoping to replicate the Gaines’ modern farmhouse style had to figure much of it out on their own No longer. Next mo... Continue reading Chip And Joanna Gaines Launch 9 Virtual Classes To Channel Your Inner ‘Fixer Upper’

    June 11 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Good Reads: Thiiird Magazine Embraces The Intersectionality Of Identity

    We speak to founder and editor-in-chief Rhona Ezuma about the publication’s mission to amplify underrepresented voices and the making of its latest issue, Defiant Beauty The post Good Reads: Thiiird magazine embraces the intersectionality of identity appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Good Reads: Thiiird Magazine Embraces The Intersectionality Of Identity

    June 11 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Funky Buddha Sets Up The Manatee Derby To Promote Seltzer

    In one of the more bizarre ad campaigns we've seen this year, Funky Buddha Premium Hard Seltzer set up the fictional Manatee Derby to sell cans of seltzer and raise awareness of the plight of manatee The post Funky Buddha sets up the Manatee Derby to promote seltzer appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Funky Buddha Sets Up The Manatee Derby To Promote Seltzer

    June 11 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Gilles Peterson Releases A Book Documenting The First UK Lockdown

    Part visual diary, part a record of the radio shows that kept Peterson going in lockdown, this unusual book provides an often poignant record of the events of the first half of 2020 The post Gilles Peterson releases a book documenting the first UK lockdown appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Gilles Peterson Releases A Book Documenting The First UK Lockdown

    June 11 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Unrecognised And Unloved: Patrick Burgoyne On The State Of Creative Education

    Education is vital to the UK’s phenomenally successful creative industries. Yet its value to the country appears to be going unrecognised in the government’s plans The post Unrecognised and unloved: Patrick Burgoyne on the state of creative education appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Unrecognised And Unloved: Patrick Burgoyne On The State Of Creative Education

    June 11 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk