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Design

The Ministry of Sound nightclub with moving walls that never was

Architecture firm OMA has revealed some previously unseen designs for a shapeshifting new music venue for London nightclub chain Ministry Of Sound. According to the firm run by Rem Koolhaas, it won a competition to design a new home for the...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: From the Ministry of Sound to the Peace Corps

Spin - Ministry of Sound Spin has created a surprisingly sparse new identity for the Ministry of Sound nightclub brand, which aims to highlight the spiky, irreverent qualities of the brand, while respecting its heritage and embracing its future....

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Features

Sound Sells

The psychology of persuasion - what makes us buy one product over another - has been widely researched and the importance of visual triggers in influencing buying decisions is widely understood. However, the importance of what we hear is often...

Posted by: Chris Turner
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Features

Inside The Mind of Chris Turner, Sound Designer at Jungle Studios

What does it take to be a Founder of the next best tech company? Or the Director at a top agency? A sensational appetite for learning is definitely one of them. Inside the Mind is a new series of interviews where we jump into the heads of leaders &...

Posted by: Alexandra Schott
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Advertising

Music+Sound Awards 2016: The Winners

The plaudits have been rolling in for the winners of this year’s International Music+Sound Awards, who had the spotlight shone upon them last week when results were released for this global competition. For a fourth year, the list of winners...

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Features

What 5000 video diaries sound like.

The Saatchi Gallery has just opened a new film and screening room, just around the corner from the Saatchi Gallery on the King's Road. The first artist to take up residence in this room is Christopher Baker, a scientist-turned-multimedia artist who...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

What does the internet sound like?

You may think this is an unusual question to ask. But every day, millions of people visit internet chatrooms...to chat albeit by typing rather than by speaking aloud. Ben Rubin (a New York artist) and Mark Hansen (Associate Professor of Statistics at...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Advertising

Top Hires of the Week

Deutsch New York Deutsch New York has hired Maggie O. Connors as EVP, Head of Business Development. Her appointment is the final piece of the NY reinvigoration. Earlier this year, the Agency announced Trevor O’Brien joined as Partner, Chief...

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Advertising

2015 CLIO Awards Roundup

The winners of the 2015 CLIO Awards were announced last Friday (18 September), with Saatchi & Saatchi coming away as the big winners of the night with 10 offices bringing home a whopping 22 awards. A coveted CLIO Hall of Fame award was also awarded...

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Technology

A barbed wire piano commemorates Korean independence

The Korean Ministry of Unification has joined forces with Cheil Worldwide, the advertising arm of Samsung, to unveil the strangely beautiful “Piano of Unification,” a project which commemorates Korea’s 70th anniversary of liberation from...

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Advertising

Samsung Galaxy S8 takes over New York during ambitious unboxing event

The launch of any new product is crucial to its performance in the market, especially in a category as crowded as the smartphone market. Culture-centric agency Wasserman was tasked with launching Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones while also...

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Advertising

Headbomz campaign lets children know that talking makes us stronger

This week marks the commencement of a colourful and potentially powerful campaign from Valenstein & Fatt (the creative agency formerly known as Grey London) and Vodafone Ireland. Headbomz is a schools programme aimed at children aged between eight...

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Trends

The necessary metamorphosis of the VR Creator

The Birth of a Medium In the 1920’s, most radio programmes seemed to consist of book readings and theatre play recordings. In the 50’s, as TV started to take over radio as the #1 mainstream entertainment medium, the most popular programmes were...

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Advertising

McCann hack maths to promote sex education in Peru's public schools

According to a 2013 UNICEF study, 15 out of every 100 teenage girls in Peru under 16 are mothers, and the average age for first sexual activity is between 15 and 17 years old in urban areas; in rural areas the age drops to 10-14 years of age. To...

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Design

Rebrand Roundup: BrewDog spirits, gluten free Mr Kipling and more

B&B Studio - BrewDog LoneWolf Maverick brewer BrewDog has unveiled its spirits brand LoneWolf, with design by B&B Studio. Pared back and minimalist, the design flies in the face of convention and reflects the brand’s aim to operate as an...

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Technology

Amazon Echo Look is Your Own Personal Robotic Stylist

It will come as a surprise to nobody who has ever met me that fashion is not exactly my raison d'être. Indeed, my wardrobe is primarily built up of affordable (cheap) jeans and 'quirky' t-shirts, with the occasional plaid dress shirt thrown in for...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

DogPay Lets Your Dog Do The Shopping For You

When it comes to shopping, owners and dogs don’t often have the chance to do it together. But OgilvyOne and Purina’s Bakers brand have teamed up to put reality on hold for one day and make it possible for dogs to go shopping. Introducing...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Inspiration

Creativepool City Guides: Kiev

As a result of two, bloody revolutions, Russian tensions, and a never-ending series of crises, many of us overlook Kiev as a creative destination. But amongst the bloodshed and upheaval, a peaceful, creative core has emerged at the heart of the...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

Publicis - Fairy Fairy has brought to life the power of a single drop of its famous washing up liquid with a playful art installation of bubbles. Fairy wanted to come up with an engaging way to showcase its unique mileage messaging: “one drop...

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Technology

#TechThursday: Edible Water, Smart Cots, 4D Shoes and other stories

The Edible Water Bottle Hoping to Erase the Need for Plastic Bottles An edible water bottle that hopes to replace the millions of plastic bottles thrown away every year has raised over £500,000 in a crowdfunding campaign. The literal ball of...

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Beach Meets: Rosy Nicholas

WOW - A LONG overdue Beach Meets chat today with the AMAZING Rosy Nicholas: prop maker, illustrator, set designer, fashion designer, teacher, and craftswoman extraordinaire. We first met Rosy back in 2008 when she was working at Lazy Oaf - whom she...

Posted by: Beach London
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Advice

Our Biggest Build to Date: Behind the Scenes of Amy.com

12 months, 79 spreadsheets, 85.6GB worth of page designs, 90 design templates, 682.75 hours of coding, 137 Google Hangouts and four flights across 34,000 kilometers later and Amys.com was born. Find out how we did it here. This post reflects on our...

Posted by: Superrb
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Advertising

Top 10 Hires of the Week

AKQA Italy Umberto Basso has been appointed as Managing Director of AKQA in Italy. Prior to this role, Umberto was Head of Emerging Technology at AKQA, and will now report into Matthew Bain, International Managing Director. Umberto will oversee AKQA...

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Entertainment

April Fools 2017: The Best Fake News

April Fools Day is an event that's perfect for modern media, given the potential for wide reaching mayhem and confusion. With the world currently a place where the unbelievable and the borderline satirical appears to hit the headlines on a daily...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Video Games

UK Gaming Industry considers mass exodus after Brexit

Whilst Teresa May attempts to frantically backpedal expectation and one half of the UK prepares to devour the other half in a divisive move of unprecedented (at least in terms of sheer scale) madness, the video game industry in the UK is quietly...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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