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Behind the Idea: The powerful anti-exploitation campaign by Affixxius

Hard-hitting. Impactful. Crude in its sheer honesty. There are a lot of words that we could use to describe the beautiful campaign by Affixxius for the Leicestershire Police - but none of those would do it justice as much as spending just two minutes...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

VCCPme expose the shocking realities of child exploitation

A shocking video exposing the brutal realities of child sexual exploitation has been launched by one of the UK’s leading children’s charities this week. The Children’s Society teamed up with communications agency VCCPme to draw...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Facebook’s business model is in danger

Facebook made it quite clear that the company isn’t fine with Apple allowing users to opt out of personalised ad tracking with iOS 14. Of course, that shouldn’t come as a surprise to anybody. Some context first: Apple has officially...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Leaders

Marketers, please don't take advantage of the pandemic

There is a fine line separating sympathy and blunt exploitation, which means it takes as little as a misinterpreted image to fall on the wrong side of a conversation. COVID-19 is proving to be an ‘unprecedented time’ and a...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Leaders

Top 10 Ads of the Week

Smörgåsbord - Visit Wales Welsh actor Luke Evans, who will star as Gaston in the new Disney remake of Beauty and the Beast, is starring in an atmospheric new TV ad for Visit Wales, designed to promote the country’s 2017 Year of...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Top 10 Account Wins of the Week

DigitasLBi - Kellogg's DigitasLBi has been appointed as the retained digital agency for Kellogg's across the EMEA region following a competitive pitch. DigitasLBi will now partner with Kellogg’s to develop and implement a category-leading...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Brandalism advertise the truth in Paris on Black Friday

Sometimes, ads lie. This is a fact, but as an affiliate and propagator of the industry, it's a fact I often attempt to mask with frilly words and subtle humour. It's (more often than not) a comforting and well-intentioned lie, but it's a lie...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Designs unveiled for Bath Quays Bridge competition

Six designs from six different teams were revealed this week for a new bridge over the River Avon in Bath. The Bath Quays Bridge will link a new development on the bank of the River Avon with Bath's UNESCO-protected city centre, which is renowned for...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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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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Leaders

Never mind the budgets, here's the Sex Pistols credit card

For an old punk like me, these are bemusing times. The Sex Pistols, those standard-bearers of all things noisy and anarchic, are back in the news. Or, to be more accurate, the graphics produced for them by Jamie Reid, have re-appeared. This should be...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Leaders

The Week in Tech

The man with the Bionic eyes In yet another case of reality catching up with science fiction, an elderly man in the UK has had his sight partially restored thanks to a cutting-edge, bionic retinal implant which converts images from a miniature...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

The Awards Roundup

APMA Star finalists announced The Communications Council has announced 61 campaigns from 27 clients and 22 agencies for final stages of the APMA Star awards. Running for ten years, the awards celebrate the finest promotional and experiential...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Greenpeace and Don't Panic burn priceless art to save the Arctic

Greenpeace’s Save the Arctic campaign has teamed up with award winning British creative agency Don’t Panic and famous British montage artists KennardPhillipps, to create a provocative new video targeting oil giant Shell and its plans to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Is the 'New Age' just marketing gone bad?

Spaghetti hoops, luxury cars, whisky, compact discs, bleach - if you can think of it, somebody has advertised it. And that's fair enough. As long as it's legal, any producer of a service or product has the right to attempt to persuade us to buy it;...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

How ethical is your wardrobe?

You can hardly move in an inch in a shop these days without being confronted with fair trade this and that and an ending array of ethical options for your every consumer need. Once an option for dreadlocked hippies and mother earth types, ethical...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Leaders

Japan: Censoring The Arts.

Creatives in Japan are currently up in arms about a new form of censorship legislation which is in the process of being approved by the authorities. The Federal Province of Tokyo has made it illegal for creative companies to portray any female...

Posted by: Creativepool

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