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The studio saving masturbation from the bottom drawer | #BehindTheIdea

It’s not something we like to talk about in so-called ‘polite society’ but most women masturbate at least once a week. To celebrate rather than tut over these findings, the award-winning visual design and innovation studio Morrama...

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Make what makes you smile - #MemberSpotlight

Richard Hill defines himself as a down-to-earth Creative Director, and we can definitely see where that sentiment comes from. As an extremely passionate creative professional, Richard can find inspiration wherever he goes, but makes it his own...

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Job Description: Chief Creative Officer

The dream weavers at the centre of every creative enterprise, chief creative officers are a unique combination of managerial flair and creative talent. They offer a necessary balance between the CEO and CFO and need to realise that creativity is the...

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Inspiration

Focal Point: Mixing old & new with Say What Studio

Benoit Berger and Nathalie Kapagiannidi are the creative duo behind Say What Studio. The pair mix vintage styles with modern designs to create super fresh typography, art direction and design from their Paris studio. We asked them about their unique...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Leaders

Top 10 Hires of the Week

The Mars Agency The Mars Agency has begun its 2016 fiscal year with the promotion of Darren Keen from Managing Director, Europe to Chief Executive Officer, Europe. For 43 years the agency has operated under one Global CEO, and the addition of CEO,...

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DigitasLBi tells us which brands are most contagious on social media

Social media itself is pretty contagious. Indeed, try glancing over at a fellow commuter on your way to work tomorrow, seeing them on Facebook or Twitter, and NOT reaching into your own pocket to have a quick glance yourself. Seriously, it’s...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Account Wins of the Week

Pereira & O'Dell – Timberland Pereira & O’Dell New York has been selected by the leading global outdoor lifestyle brand, Timberland, as creative agency of record to provide all aspects of the brand’s global communications strategy and...

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Leaders

Top 10 Hires of the Week

Critical Mass Critical Mass, the global digital experience design agency, has hired Grant Owens as its Chief Strategy Officer. Owens, who is based in New York and was formerly the GVP Head of Planning at Razorfish North America, will lead the...

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Just how important is an agency's name?

Sited just off Fleet Street, the very first agency for which I worked was called 'Riley' and it was great. Inevitably though, I eventually moved on (sooner than I should have, actually) and 'Riley' changed too. In a large-scale, late nineties...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Industry

CP Loves... Bauhaus: Art as life

by Jessica Hazel The Barbican has just launched an exhibition about the most influential art school of the twentieth century, the largest to take place in the capital in the last 40 years. That art school is of course Bauhaus - think tubular steel...

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Leaders

Top Hires of the Week

gyro gyro APAC has announced the promotion of two leaders to important new roles: Paul Hutt is now Chief Growth Officer, gyro APAC and Laura Bell is Client Services Director, gyro APAC. As Dentsu Aegis Network continues to invest in the growth of...

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Leaders

Rebrand Roundup: UKIP, Moonpig, Dropbox, Auto Trader and other stories

Moonpig (in-house) Online card and gift retailer Moonpig has rebranded, swapping out its cartoon pig mascot for a simpler, typographic look. Designed by Moonpig’s in-house design team in collaboration with consultants Cat Totty and Ian Styles,...

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New York Times Oscars ad from Droga5 pisses off Trump

Advertising makes people angry sometimes. I get it. Those Go Compare spots and that notoriously broad moneysupermarket dance-off campaign could surely send even the most mild-mannered viewer into a fit of unbridled rage given the right circumstances....

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Creativepool City Guides: First stop, Berlin

Our new City Guides feature is the guidebook you never asked for but always wanted. Conventional travel guides are all good, but they don't really offer you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a city's creative heart. We're changing all that, by...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Industry

Academy Class's next creative event for designers and developers

Academy Class, the UK’s finest new media training provider, is pleased to bring a plethora of experts to their annual event, specifically tailored to meet the needs of designers and developers. Taking place in one of London’s most...

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Leaders

Agency of the Week: DDB

NY makes the 4th dog friendly For Americans, July 4 is all about BBQ, family, friends and, of course, national pride. Everyone in the US loves it, but their dogs probably loath it as much as our dogs loath November 5. As many dog owners know, the...

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Leaders

Top 10 Hires of the Week

Digitas LBi DigitasLBi has promoted creative strategy director Nic Howell to the role of head of creative strategy. The promotion follows the announcement that former DigitasLBi creative strategy head Ed Beard is to become chief strategy officer at...

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Leaders

Museum of Applied Arts has officially reopened

The Museum of Applied Arts in Berlin, which has been closed for three years, was reopened recently after a comprehensive renovation. The renovation has been underlined by Berlin-based design consultancy Double Standards, which has designed signage,...

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Inspiration

What a [lovely] load of rubbish

Question: if a piece of art can literally be mistaken for rubbish, does that make it rubbish? No, not necessarily '“ but it does raise an interesting and valid question about whether art can ever be called 'bad' (or 'good') and whether it...

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