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Adaptive leadership lessons for Trump and advertising

You don’t need to be keeping tabs to know that a shocking number of top-level players have left or been fired from the Donald Trump’s White House team. The latest, much-reported departure comes in the form of Anthony Scaramucci - and you...

Posted by: Sharon Whale
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Design

Walker Zurich help Donald Trump find love

Walker Zurich has drawn upon the latest developments in Donald Trump’s seemingly endless saga with the US senate in order to create a satiric print ad promoting Kein & Aber’s bestseller, The Decision Book: 50 Models for Strategic...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

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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Design

Design Vs Trump: Nazi Logos and Border Walls from IKEA and Katy Perry

You're all probably just as sick as hearing about Easy D (does anybody know what that really meant yet?) and his constant fear mongering, divisive hate speak and general incompetency. Historically, however, when in times of great political and...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Entertainment

The President Trump Inauguration: Laughing Through the Tears

With Donald J. Trump set to claim the mantle of “World's Most Powerful Man” this afternoon, I thought it was about time to start laughing through the tears. So, instead of pontificating on the dark days ahead when the real estate tycoon,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Economy

Donald Trump vs Architects of America on Climate Change

More than 250 American architecture practices have signed an open letter to Donald Trump ahead of the president-elect's inauguration on Friday. A host of firms including Snøhetta, Brooks + Scarpa, Deborah Berke Partners and Lorcan O'Herlihy...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Economy

Creative Discussions: The verdict on Trump from Droga5, Cheil & more...

It's been 2 weeks now since D-Day (Donald Day) and our divided world has grown even more so in the ensuing noise, chaos and horror. The creative industries, however, prove ever resilient, and whilst my previous piece from last week regarding the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Social Media

Trump's America: The Design Community Strike Back on Social Media

In the week following the 2016 US Presidential Election, many designers have responded to the news that Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States with shock, awe and amusement. We're be examining the latter today (but if you want...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Wieden+Kennedy and CP+B publicly call out Donald Trump's BS

As we enter the final two weeks of the campaign for the presidency of the United States, we’re also hitting the bottom of the barrel with creative agency projects, which have, by and large, been overwhelmingly tilted against Donald Trump. And with...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Zulu Alpha Kilo make a comical RFP for both Clinton & Trump

The independent, Toronto-based agency Zulu Alpha Kilo has found an unusual way to get attention stateside, sending an RFP (request for proposal) to the campaigns of presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to become either candidates...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Freddy Taylor has got a Trump card

After pissing off a new neighbour during a flat warming party in 2015, Freddy Taylor serendipitously landed his current position as Art Director at Wieden + Kennedy. We chatted to him about why it feels like home... Tell us about how you started out...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Advertising

SS+K turn Donald Trump's idiocy against him

Donald Trump has built his political career on saying the things that no other candidate would say, and most normal Americans wouldn’t say either. So a new set of campaign ads from EMILY’s List and Priorities USA, asks why would we let...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: From Wimbledon to Rumps on Trump

Brand Union - Race Against Dementia Brand Union has created the brand identity for Formula 1 legend Sir Jackie Stewart’s new charity, Race Against Dementia. Race Against Dementia aims to fund research to find a cure for the disease and search...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Economy

Is Shit for Trump great satire or is it just shit?

Like him or loath him, Donald Trump is big news right now. With his extremist right wing views and terrifyingly persuasive rhetoric, the man has carved a path through the American presidential circus with a fire and fury that have even made us Brits...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Entertainment

Election Fever: The Final Countdown

The 2016 US general election has been an almighty farce, let's not pull any punches here. Farce makes for great fuel when it comes to creative work though. Running the range from the daft to the strikingly satirical and the just downright bemusing,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Trends

Does advertising lack originality?

They say Christmas is a time for giving. But first it’s a time for watching all the big brand ads so we can decide what to give and where to spend our money. And with the bulk of this year’s spots now released, what do they say about the...

Posted by: Ryan Watson
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Features

Reviewing Cannes Lions 2019: Who won what and why?

Each year, after the Cannes Lions festival, thenetworkone takes a few days to reflect on the events and look for the key themes and patterns which emerge. Here is our take on Cannes 2019. At its heart, Cannes is an awards festival. A little like the...

Posted by: Julian Boulding
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Inspiration

Spotlight: Illustrator Ryan Hodge's political art earns our vote

London-based illustrator Ryan Hodge believes that if politicians like Theresa May, Nigel Farage and Donald Trump didn’t exist in real life, they’d be extremely funny as fictional animated characters. He doesn’t disclose his...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Spotlight: Art director Stephen ONeill gets high on type

According to Scotland-born and London-raised art director Stephen ONeill aka Type Chap, the two tips he’d give young creatives is to be witty and irreverent with their work. “Always have something in your portfolio that’s got a bit...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Trends

In an age of mistrust, out-of-home inspires confidence

It’s not news that public trust in the news media has declined in recent times, fueled in no small part by accusations of fake news and data privacy across social media. As a result, public confidence in social media is eroding. According to...

Posted by: Posterscope
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Awards

Cannes Lions 2018: The Grand Prix winners

Brand Experience & Activation Apple "Today at Apple" (in-house) Apple’s in-store experience programme, which was activated in all 501 stores across the globe, encouraged each local community to develop their creativity with coding...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Talking Cannes Lions 2018: Why Cannes Lions is still relevant.

With adland set to descend on the French Riviera any day now in preparation of the biggest week in the industry calendar, I caught up with a host of industry experts and influencers and quizzed them on the continued relevance of the Cannes Lions...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Is art advertising (2)?

Is art advertising? Sometimes it can look like it. Equally, advertising can sometimes look like like art. Take the fascinating example of State Street’s “Fearless Girl”. Under cover of night, she was placed directly opposite...

Posted by: Patrick Collister

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