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Design

Identity for new black creativity exhibition unveiled

Design studio Here Design has created the identity for Get Up, Stand Up Now, a major new exhibition at London’s Somerset House. Running until September, the exhibition celebrates 50 years of black creativity in Britain and beyond, and features...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Technology

Bjork brings her heartbreaking Virtual Reality exhibition to Somerset House

Bjork, the technology obsessed artist, surprised nobody when she decided to cast her net into the grand expanse that is the world of virtual reality. What is surprising, however, is how vulnerable and intimate her first major furore into the art-form...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

krow promote colourful summer exhibition at the Natural History Museum

To support the Natural History Museum’s brand new major summer exhibition, Colour and Vision, krow, a partner agency with the Museum for the past 8 years, has created a striking new outdoor, press and digital marketing campaign. This highly...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

McCann London create new trainer and Norman Walsh exhibition

McCann London has teamed up with iconic British sports show brand, Norman Walsh, to create a trainer inspired by the agency’s iconic art deco building on 7-11 Herbrand Street. The “Herbrand Seven-Eleven” trainer, in the distinctive...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Holocaust survivors memories immortalised in stunning new exhibition

Even seventy years later, the Holocaust is still a sensitive subject for many people, especially those that lived through it. That doesn't mean however, that it doesn't deserve to be remembered. As the old saying goes (though I might very well be...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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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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Technology

Michael Craig-Martin exhibition traces the evolution of the gadget

Since hitting my mid-twenties and discovering the joys of an (albeit limited) disposable income, I've become something of a gadget fiend. Yes readers, I'm one of those insufferable pricks who just has to have the latest gizmo or pointless upgrade,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Eivind H. Natvig launches first UK solo exhibition

Du Er Her No/You Are Here Now is the first UK solo exhibition by the Norwegian photographer Eivind H. Natvig, whose striking photographs represent his unique vision of his homeland, and reveal a country devoid of the familiar clichés (fantastic...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Job Description: Exhibition Designer

Exhibition designers are responsible for the design and layout of shows and exhibitions. View People View Companies View Jobs Job Description, Salaries and Benefits Exhibition designers are responsible for the design and layout of shows and...

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Design

Four Corners: An Exhibition of Contemporary Craft for Etsy

Etsy unites the best of UK craft with an exhibition in partnership with Tent London, the Crafts Council and arts organisations in England, Scotland, N. Ireland and Wales. A diverse selection of contemporary craft from the four corners our country,...

Posted by: London Design Fair
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Design

Spin 360° with new exhibition launch at Magma

London based studio, Spin, is the focus of Magma’s new exhibition, which launched last night. in the basement of their lovely new flagship store near Covent Garden. This celebration of 20 years of design exhibits limited edition prints that bring...

Posted by: Jade French
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Advertising

Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama creates an exhibition in 17 hours

Toshiba Australia, supported by Windows and Intel, have issued a unique challenge to renowned Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama. The artist known to his fans as “Matzu” was tasked with creating an entire exhibition using only one Toshiba...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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News

Foster + Partners exhibition to open in Bangkok

‘Foster + Partners: The Art of Architecture’ will be staged at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC) from 4 April to 29 June 2014. The touring exhibition is the first survey of the practice’s work in Thailand and follows...

Posted by: Foster + Partners
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Inspiration

The RA Summer Exhibition: "I could do that - but I've got talent"

You've got a little less than a week to get yourself down to the Royal Academy to marvel at the wonders of the Summer Exhibition. Or do I mean wonder at the marvels? Or neither? Do I mean marvel at the lack of talent - or the extraordinary choices of...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Events

Thatcheristic: Art Below hosts Iron Lady exhibition

Controversial to the last, the funeral of Margaret Thatcher last week continued to divide the nation. Millions of pounds down the drain, or a fitting farewell to one whom many called the greatest Prime Minister since Churchill? Whatever one’s...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Trends

From Museumification to Mash-ups: Five experiential trends for 2020

Surrounded by pizza museums, themed mini-golf, and interactive paintings, you'd be forgiven for thinking that we'd awoken to some kind of cartoon nightmare. But no, this is the experience economy in 2020. Experiential activations are both physical...

Posted by: Luc Benyon
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Features

Exhibiting: Bucking the Digital Trend

Exhibiting events have been around for over 160 years. Believe it or not, it was London’s very own Hyde Park that housed the very first trade show: The Great Exhibition. The reason for these type of events? To get all of the best products in...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Design in Motion Festival takes over Amsterdam Centraal Station

The Design in Motion (DEMO) Festival will take over the Netherlands' largest train station, Amsterdam Centraal for 24 hours this week by showcasing some of the best work in the space on 7 November. The city's biggest public transport spot welcomes...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Events

Global Creative Calendar: November 2019

Anyone who commits to lifelong learning can expect many prolific returns. Expanding one’s knowledge presents opportunities to better understand the world and our fellow humans while advancing our skills. In a constantly changing world,...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
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Design

My London Design Festival 2019 highlights

One of the strange truths about working in the creative industry is how easy it is for your focus to narrow and shut out other people’s exciting projects. It’s a trap that leads to people becoming predictable and something I don’t...

Posted by: Rob Pratt
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Trends

What is art?

That’s a big question, but two recent exhibition visits have led me to ponder, and think about the essential Duchamp revelation that if you put a urinal in an art gallery, it becomes, art. The Stanley Kubrick exhibition at The Design Museum...

Posted by: JSR Agency
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Events

Global Creative Calendar: September 2019

According to research conducted by The EXPERIENCE Institute, there are three main reasons people attend events: education, destination and networking. Your focus may be on advancing knowledge and skills, visiting locations exotic or nearby, or...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
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Events

Global Creative Calendar: August 2019

Of more than 40 momentous events set to play out in the weeks ahead, many are already underway or will commence with August's first dawn. A large number are also new to this publication. Among them are some of the world's most famous cultural and...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
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Features

3 trends from New Designers 2019

New trends in design should excite every designer. Is it a passing fad? An evolution of existing methods? Or perhaps a new era entirely. OK, that last one is a bit on the lofty side. Still, I kept the idea of a new era of design in mind when I...

Posted by: Rob Pratt

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