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Features

Don't believe your Impostor Syndrome

We are creatives. We create, we imagine, we envision, we develop, we inspire. We also have a ton of problems, and most of them are because of our self-esteem. Too much, too little, it doesn't really matter - being creative is a life contract, as we...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Features

Getting to Know... Ben Keylock, Creative Director at Golley Slater

It isn't hard to imagine that most creatives struggle with overcoming their imposter syndrome. That feeling of being inadequate and just pretending to be creative bugs most of us, pushing us further down when we probably have all the qualities to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Workshop

10 Tips for contacting Agents & Publishers

In a recent article I pulled together 10 Tips for Creative Writing; remember those? Okay. So you’ve followed the tips, come up with some of your own besides, and penned that fantasy novel / autobiography / collection of short stories…...

Posted by: Michelle Collier
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Inspiration

I Suck

As creatives, we are so damn hard on ourselves. Every Art Director or Copywriter has felt like they suck or that they're an imposter at some point in their career. I know I've definitely dealt with my fair share of self doubt in my creative...

Posted by: Kevin Forister
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Leaders

New Churchill dog divides opinion online

A new ad for insurance company Churchill has been met with mixed emotions from fans on social media as they responded to a makeover of mascot Churchill the Dog. The 30-second spot sees the new version of the iconic canine character riding a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The Unsustainable Nature of Crunch Culture

You’ve forgotten what your family looks like. It’s been months of overtime. Leaving the house before they’ve woken up, coming home after they’ve gone to bed. You tell them that ‘it’s expected, and everyone else is doing it’, well aware...

Posted by: REWIND
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Leaders

Autism & Creativity

It may seem unlikely, but people on the autistic spectrum have been an integral part of the creative industry for decades, without the industry necessary knowing that. Thinking differently is not only a mantra but also a characteristic that is valued...

Posted by: Alex Shifrin
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Leaders

Publicis launch conversation-changing #NotSpecialNeeds initiative

Publicis and CoorDown, Italy’s national organisation for people with Down syndrome, are launching the conversation-changing initiative, #NotSpecialNeeds, with the goal of driving a cultural shift in the approach to Down syndrome awareness. The...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Giving children the power at Familie van Fonk

Familie van Fonk are a creative agency based in Amsterdam who work with children's open minds and ingenuity to produce digital and physical products which make not only their lives, but also their families and friends lives a little bit better. By...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Leaders

Scott Weintrob Adds Driving Force To BULLITT’s Roster

BULLITT is excited to announce the addition of director Scott Weintrob. Weintrob’s brand of high action storytelling can be seen in his global spots for brands including Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Lenovo, Cadillac, Volvo, and Acura. His work on...

Posted by: Hype
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Leaders

Cheil London and wethepeople London launch Cheil Health

Cheil London has today announced the official launch of Cheil Health, a joint venture with the specialist healthcare agency wethepeople London. It will be dedicated to servicing global and local healthcare and pharmaceutical clients. Cheil Health...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Industry

DeepDive: Why Being ‘Meaningful’ Matters More in a Mobile World

“The word ‘purpose’ gets thrown around hugely these days,” started Jaimie Fuller, the founder of sports performance brand SKINS. To be purposeful, meaningful and authentic are watch-words for today’s marketer - and this...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Leaders

Cannes Lions announce diverse Celebrity Speaker line-up

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has released the full content programme which will run from 18-25 June, 2016. Talent from all walks of creativity will take to the stages at the Festival, which includes the specialist events...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Agency of the Week: Saatchi & Saatchi

Saatchi London get to the beating heart of the 2016 Rio Olympics Visa - Rio 2016 Olympic Games: The Heart Visa has a proud heritage with the Olympic Games, having been the exclusive payment services sponsor and only card accepted at the Games since...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Top 5 Ads of the Week

Wieden+Kennedy - Chrysler American-est As a big fan of both The West Wing and independence Day, I couldn't help but be drawn to the concept of this campaign by Wieden+Kennedy Portland for Chrysler and their parent company FCA Global. “Premium...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Dame Helen Mirren leads the quest to save our #ManOnTheMoon

Ageing is an inevitable aspect of life that's very rarely covered in advertising unless it's going for an easy laugh (otherwise known as the “Let's just put a granny on a trampoline and call it a day” syndrome). It could be because...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

There's a new Colonel Sanders in town and he's hilarious

Until this morning, I honestly had no idea that Colonel Sanders didn’t create the now globally ubiquitous KFC brand until he was 65 years old. That’s pretty bloody inspiring if you ask me. My dad’s 63 and his idea of a colossal...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Philosophical dialogues exploring the cultural creativity of the brain

Creativity is multi-faceted and has many guises. Contrary to conventional belief, it is not only the realm of artists - we all need it in everyday life whether it's at work, figuring out how to frame the perfect pitch, or at home, cooking a...

Posted by: Jugular:Joining The Head and the Heart
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Leaders

Giving a presentation? Know your enemies.

Recently, I've been hosting some copywriting seminars. And I'm delighted to say the participants have all been attentive, smart and enthusiastic.That's not always the case, however. So, if you're due to deliver a pitch, presentation or training...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Leaders

Sir John Hegarty says modern advertising is 'sh*t'. Is he right?

“If you look at the UK, we are suffering because we are not putting the time into the idea and there’s empirical evidence to say that the quality of our output has gone down. It’s not my opinion. Empirical evidence from the audience...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Leaders

Yes we Cannes! What's happening at the festival today?

Have you ever been to Cannes? Not on a cycling holiday, but the festival? No, not the movie festival - the creativity festival, The Lions? Ever been to that? Me neither - but I do find myself reading about it every year; largely because the industry...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

Over promise, under deliver. How lazy clients kill campaigns.

by Magnus Shaw. A couple of years ago an ailing roadside restaurant chain called in a radical TV chef to boost their menu and therefore their revenues. They refurbished some tired looking outlets, hired new people and ran a fairly hefty marketing...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

Clay Marzo. Creativity in a 6ft wall of water.

When it comes to surfing, Clay Marzo is unique. He has revolutionised the sport and taken it to a whole new level. In fact, he has pioneered moves so original and complex, that other surfers simply look on in wonder. The "Marzo Reverse" is one such...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Workshop

Opinions - The Paralympic effect

by Jessica Hazel The aftermath of the Olympics has been a bleak and disorientating time. Doctors have had to treat a number of patients suffering from Post-Olympic-Depression-Syndrome, or PODS as it is now known. It does feel like Boxing Day, or...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

#Trends. Chindogu and other useless inventions.

by Jessica Hazel The Japanese are renowned for their position at the forefront of modern technology and invention along with their love of the absurd. In the 1980s amateur inventor Kenji Kawakami came up with the concept of Chindogu, a contemporary...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Leaders

Dyson's Air Multiplier: it does what it says on the box.

This week, the soothsayers at BBC's weather centre promised me the dizzying heights of 22 degrees Celsius. Frankly, that would make a nice change because spring so far this year has been rubbish. If I didn't know better, I'd say that there was some...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Inspiration - where are you?

Getting paid to be creative is for the most part, brilliant. You get to run down the deepest rabbit holes of your imagination, retrieve the most far fetched and wildest ideas and then present them to the wider world. There are other perks such as not...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Leaders

A plug wins the Brit Insurance Design Awards 2010.

Back in 2008 Brit Insurance and the Design Museum teamed up to bring us the Brit Insurance Design Award an international, annual award ceremony and supporting exhibition for up and coming designers in the categories of architecture, fashion,...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Workshop

Call-A-Creative: Art Director Career Advice

In today's inaugural episode of Call-A-Creative, our questions come to us from Junior Art Director, Cooper Epps, as we discuss feeling like imposters, when you should make your hobby the focus of your career, and striving to improve creatively. This...

Posted by: Kevin Forister
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Leaders

Seymourpowell address a serious problem in the e eye-care world

Leading product design consultancy Seymourpowell recently announced a complete re-design for Bausch + Lomb's “Artelec” eye care range, with a shift in packaging that aims to create “A point of difference in both the consumer and eye...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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