Posted by Eliza Williams, 7 March 2014, 16:15
The toughest challenge for any charity is working out how to get your audience to emphasise with your cause. In a new film to highlight the third anniversary of the crisis in Syria, Save the Children achieves this by asking us how it might feel if it was happening in London. The spot is our Ad of the Week.
Posted by Jean Grogan, 7 March 2014, 15:29
For its 2014 Fall/Winter fashion show at Paris Fashion Week, Chanel turned the Grand Palais into the world's glitziest supermarket complete with 500 Chanel-branded products in packaging designed specially for the show
Posted by Eliza Williams, 7 March 2014, 12:38
Rising star Javeon and director Ben Strebel have been collaborating on a series of gritty and compelling music videos of late. They have created a set of five interconnected promos to be released before the summer: the third is out today. CR talks to the duo about the experience of making the videos.
Posted by Rachael Steven, 7 March 2014, 10:57
Haymarket creative director Paul Harpin has teamed up with Typespec to launch a campaign selling fonts in aid of Cancer Research UK and MacMillan Cancer Support.
Posted by Creative Review, 7 March 2014, 10:30
One of the UK design industry's true greats, Mike Dempsey, is to give the next Typographic Circle lecture
Posted by Eliza Williams, 7 March 2014, 10:20
Start the day a sexy way with this new, probably not-safe-for-work video for The Coward by The Jullien Brothers.
Posted by Eliza Williams, 6 March 2014, 16:33
This week's ad round-up features work from Google, Coke, and Bigelow Tea, plus a compelling film from Thames & Hudson to promote a new book by South African photographer Roger Ballen. First up though is a new charity ad from BBH London for the Mayhew Animal Home...
Posted by Creative Review, 6 March 2014, 10:57
In a radical shift in its business model, Getty Images is now allowing users to embed watermark-free images on websites and blogs free of charge
Posted by Rachael Steven, 6 March 2014, 10:29
Manchester creative studio MARK has designed a set of stickers for Johnson & Johnson that celebrate everyday items invented by women, from windscreen wipers and chocolate chip cookies to the fire escape.
Posted by Rachael Steven, 5 March 2014, 14:33
Illustrator Andy Smith has created a range of joke-themed prints, books and coasters for a new solo show at Bristol’s Soma Gallery.
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