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  • Posted: January 18 2021 @ 9:29 | From:

    Gucci’s Collage Portrait Project Celebrates Black History Pioneers

    The fashion brand has partnered with A Vibe Called Tech to create a series of self portraits that highlight four curators championing Black narratives The post Gucci’s collage portrait project celebrates Black history pioneers appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 18 2021 @ 3:39 | From:

    Vimeo Looks Back At The Best Videos Of The Year

    The winners of 2021’s Vimeo Awards include high profile campaign films such as Nike’s You Can’t Stop Us, directed by Oscar Hudson, and not one but two spots from Kim Gehrig, for Apple and the New York Times The post Vimeo looks back at the best videos of the year appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 18 2021 @ 3:16 | From:

    The Evolving Role Of Voice Tech In The Home

    With use of voice tech in the home rising exponentially, there are increasing opportunities for brands to reach audiences in unexpected, creative ways, writes Rob Bennett of tech agency Rehab The post The evolving role of voice tech in the home appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 18 2021 @ 3:15 | From:

    How I Got Here: Raul Aguila

    From the New York Times to Esquire, Raul Aguila has cut his teeth at some of the biggest names in magazines. As he unveils one of his most exciting projects to date, a redesign of Variety to mark its 115th anniversary, the designer discusses what he’s learned along the way The post How I Got Here: R... Read more

  • Posted: January 18 2021 @ 3:14 | From:

    Habito’s New Identity Is Surprisingly Surreal

    The mortgage company has worked with Uncommon on an unexpectedly psychedelic rebrand, which lives in a “euphoric dreamscape” The post Habito’s new identity is surprisingly surreal appeared first on Creative Review. Read more

  • Posted: January 15 2021 @ 9:56 | From:

    Increasing Brand Awareness With AR

    The history of Augmented Reality goes back to the 1960s, but it wasn’t until social media apps such as Instagram and Snapchat introduced their hugely popular face filters that the technology got traction amongst the general public. It proved to be a compelling weapon in the c... Read more

  • Posted: January 15 2021 @ 6:55 | From:

    Turning Trash Into Treasure: London Design Biennale Features Gorgeous Pieces Made From Waste

    The London Design Biennale is launching in the midst of a catastrophic year. Its main theme, Resonance, has artists grappling with issues like climate change, privacy, and technology, while its online exhibition asks artists to address these issues even more head-on. Design in an Age of Crisis: Radi... Read more

  • Posted: January 15 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    In London, An Experimental Building Houses Two Very Different Types Of Tenants

    A new building in London is taking mixed-use architecture to noisy but surprisingly community-oriented dimensions. Located in the borough of Hackney, the two-tower, 89-unit apartment building has been built directly above a nursery and primary school – making a playground full of screaming school ki... Read more

  • Posted: January 15 2021 @ 3:00 | From:

    Architecture Criticism Matters More Than Ever, According To A Critic Bullied By Trump

    Last week, longtime Chicago Tribune architecture Blair Kamin announced that his last day at the paper would be January 15. Over the past 28 years, Kamin built a sterling reputation as one of the leading architectural critics in the world. But Kamin took a buyout from the cost-cutting publication, br... Read more

  • Posted: January 15 2021 @ 2:59 | From:

    Marcus Rashford Lends His Voice To Aldi’s Child Poverty Animation

    The footballer turned activist narrates the supermarket’s new film, Hunger, which depicts the impact of child food poverty with the help of illustrator Lisa Stickley The post Marcus Rashford lends his voice to Aldi’s child poverty animation appeared first on Creative Review. Read more