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In The Making: Crystal Glass Blowing

The Giant Mountains of Bohemia in the Czech Republic, are famous for their glass makers. The oldest still working glass factory in Bohemia was established in the eighteenth century and today crystal is still mouth blown using the traditional...

Posted by: ROKOS
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Entertainment

Chillisauce takes The Crystal Maze on the road!

As a young man there were no lengths I wouldn't have gone to in order to enter The Crystal Maze. Such was my enthusiasm for the cult Channel 4 gameshow in fact, that I often constructed makeshift games in my back garden and managed to coerce my poor,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Entertainment

Real life Crystal Maze to open in London next year!

Of all the annual Christmas specials, the one that always made my heart sing as a youngster were the Crystal Maze specials, where a group of hapless adults were replaced by a group of equally hapless children. It gave me a giddy thrill to see kids...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

Clear Channel to go digital with Amscreen

Amscreen, the largest digital signage company in Europe, has announced a strategic partnership with outdoor media agency Clear Channel UK, which will see a new range of sun-light visible digital outdoor screens deployed across the UK. The idea behind...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Entertainment

2017 Natwest everywoman Awards Open For Entries

The NatWest everywoman Awards celebrates the UK’s brightest female entrepreneurs, from innovative start-ups to established multi-million-pound organisations and will this year celebrate its 15th anniversary. During this time it has become a...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Angry Birds 2 gets bigger, badder, birdier

Whilst it probably won’t go down in history as one of the very best video games of all time, Angry Birds is arguably one of the most important and influential, especially of recent years. Indeed, years before it was dethroned by the godawful...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Could this be the most enticing job ad ever?

Every morning, my inbox is littered with job ads. The Guardian, Brand Republic, Monster... Not that I’m especially looking for a new job - freelancing from the comfort of my own office at home makes me very happy - but it’s always worth...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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News

Bad reception. Why the worst thing about DAB isn't the advertising.

'Share the love!' says a one and half foot, massive headed, dead-eyed creature in a white jump-suit. Ordinarily the shock of this vision would wake you from your nightmare. You'd slope off for a wee and crawl back into bed. But this isn't a bad...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

Thinking outside the corporate box.

by Ashley Morrison. As a copywriter, a major part of the job revolves around using the right words to convey the right message in the most effective and persuasive way possible. If you're selling a product, you want the customer to read the copy and...

Posted by: Creativepool
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News

Calling all technophiles: the iPhone 4 is here

Last time I blogged about the iPhone, I was singing its praises while simultaneously warning that it could lead to serious relationship problems if it found its way into the bedroom. Don't get my wife started on Angry Birds, for instance. "Just one...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Technology

#TechTuesday: Robotic Interns, Simulated Dementia and more Pokémon

360i hire their first robotic intern Internships at an ad agency are not easy to come by and it can be especially hard for young people living outside major cities. To combat this, 360i came up with a way for one lucky person, living outside a big...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Top 10 Account Wins of the Week

Droga5 London - Glenmorangie Droga5 London has been awarded the global creative account for the Glenmorangie whisky brand. Amsterdam-based BSUR had worked with Glenmorangie, which is owned by Europe's luxury conglomerate LVMH, since 2013. BSUR did...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Ads of the Week

DDB Stockholm - Samsung I don't know about you guys, but I'm sick to the teeth of Christmas already, so this week's AOTW (which also happens to be the final one of 2015) will not feature a single, solitary Christmas spot. I promise. Kicking off...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: From Swedish Cuisine to the BFAs

Kessels Kramer - NRW Forum Kessels Kramer has designed a new identity system for NRW Forum, the German cultural centre, based around the phrase “Change is the only constant.” Taking this as a starting point the only thing that is certain...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Features

The Future: Lifestyle Branding

Customers are increasingly pushing for more experiences - viewed as a luxury to share and embrace. Lifestyle brands need to give consumers bigger, better, bolder and more distinct experiences. Lifestyle branding is about: Storytelling and engaging...

Posted by: Noir Agency
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Careers

Challenges ahead for Creative Recruitment in the SW

Our recent Creative Employment Survey revealed an optimistic outlook with 39.5% of respondents sure that growth is ahead. But what are the anticipated challenges that may lie ahead for the creative industries? Although 76.7% of respondents think that...

Posted by: ADLIB
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Features

Brands and the Cult of Celebrity

This article by Tim Waine was originally published in Licensing Source. Greenlight’s Tim Waine on how icons can still breathe new life into brand campaigns. Remember that ad featuring Cheryl Cole and L’Oréal? Times and trends may...

Posted by: Greenlight
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Advertising

Sadiq Khan and celebrity friends declare London open for summer

A stellar line-up of stars from the worlds of sport, music and entertainment today joined the Mayor of London’s campaign to tell the world that London is open for summer. As part of the ongoing #LondonisOpen campaign, a short 50 second video...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Technology

Could the Amazon Anytime messaging app be a serious rival to WhatsApp?

Evidently not content with effectively monopolising the worlds of online retail, voice activated assistants and drone delivery, Amazon have now set their sights on the world of instant messaging, with the tech giant recently posting a series of...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Creative Opinions: The Wunderman/Possible Merger

Mergers are funny old things. More often than not, they're lambasted as job-eating, austerity driven moves that are more about branding than innovation, and result in work that lacks personality and clients feeling like they've been thrown from...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

How AI can help us be more human again

From Leonardo da Vinci to the writer Zora Neale Hurston, artists throughout the ages have been inspired by muses. Today’s muses come in a very different form, however - like IBM cognitive computing system Watson. “It’s a new...

Posted by: LIDA
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Advertising

Amplify & Seed confirm strategic partnership in parity ownership deal

Amplify, the marketing agency that aims to join the dots between people, brands and culture, has bought a parity stake in Seed - the marketing agency that specialises in targeting students for brands including Budweiser and Nike. The deal further...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Features

Creative Opinion: Brands can no longer afford to ignore diversity

Pam Grossman, Director of Visual Trends at Getty Images, explains how, whilst they have made significant progress, brands still have their work cut out for them if they want to champion true diversity. Pam Grossman​ Technological advances have...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Features

How our office disco loo boosted business performance

A view from Mike Cullis... I’m a big believer that a workplace should both reflect and inspire the spirit of a business because it has such a fundamental impact on teams of people, quality of work and, ultimately, success and profitability. Soul...

Posted by: Persuasion Communications
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Features

Creative Opinions: Adland insiders on the Publicis Cannes Lions pullout

The news that Publicis Groupe was pulling out of Cannes Lions next year (and all other awards shows in kind for the next 12 months) was quite comfortably one of the biggest stories of the festival this year. The fact that they are doing so supposedly...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Trends

Licensing Nostalgia

Advertising is no stranger to nostalgia driven marketing with sentimental ads resonating particularly well with millennial audiences. Harnessing the power of your audience’s favourite childhood memories may not deliver the culture changing,...

Posted by: Greenlight
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Social Media

Genero named as a Facebook Marketing Partner in Content Marketing

Global video production marketplace Genero has been confirmed as a Facebook Marketing Partner in the Content Marketing specialty. Genero connects brands looking to scale their video production with a global creative community of 300,000+ production...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Social Media

The UK's first dedicated live social content agency launches in London

New agency Live & Wired is being heralded the UK’s first dedicated live social content agency, delivering creative, production and talent for brands with a specific focus on social media. Founded by Sophie Kostrowski and Sian Hainsworth, both...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

21st Century Women: An alternative view of Cannes 2017

As this year’s Festival of Creativity draws to a close, it’s safe to say that Cannes 2017 has been predictably unpredictable. From a semen testing app scooping a Grand Prix, through to the epic 17-minute film triumph from, of all brands,...

Posted by: Partners Andrews Aldridge

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