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Careers

6 ways to get commissioned as an illustrator

Getting your first commission as a creative in any field can be tough, but with self-belief, perseverance and a solid plan of action, you can bag that first client and kick on. Following a recent interview with California-based freelance cartoonist,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Member Spotlight: Malane Newman's cartoons make America look great

Imagine going to a theme park that caters to different generations with each ‘land’ representing a different decade and a “little bit of Disney magic”. Life in the 50s - Generation Land is a realisation of that place in poster...

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Design

New exhibition proves comics are not just for teenage boys

Unfortunately there is still something of a stigma attached to grown men and women reading comic books. Personally I take umbrage with the assumption that all comic books are trite super hero stories as some of my favourite comics are anything but....

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Focal Point: Eric Yahnker's Pop Culture Pencilling

Eric Yahnker is all about intricate pencil work, pop culture puns and a serious approach to his work. He doesn’t make it easy to dismiss his work as pastiche, mainly because his finger is superbly on the pulse of contemporary society. Whether...

Posted by: Jade French
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Advertising

How to make going back to school look pretty awesome

In my youth, there were few things that irritated me more than the glaring “Back to School” signs that seemed to adorn every retail outlet under the sun during the summer holidays, seemingly taunting happy children everywhere with the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Charlie Hebdo cover unites millions against religious fascism

By now you will almost certainly have seen the front cover of today's landmark edition of Charlie Hebdo. Indeed, it might even be your Facebook profile picture by this point. But whilst the image in question might seem a little tame given the events...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

7up brings urban knitting to London

The lemon-lime soft drink brand, 7up, recently took over a London bus with an ambitious urban knitting campaign in order to promote its new “7up Free,” the sugar free soft drink being positioned as a “Non-conformist” beverage....

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

The art of the comic book

Comics have been a large part of popular culture for generations. Today, this genre continuously churns out amazing artwork from some extremely talented artists. Of course, comic books are close to many designers' hearts because often they are their...

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