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Economy

Jeremy Corbyn is the most searched political leader online in the UK

Ahead of the UK General Election this Thursday (08/06/17), new online search trends analysis research has reveals that Labour was the most searched for political party by the UK public from April to May 2017. Captify, a Search Intelligence driven...

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adam&eveDDB and Harvey Nichols strip Jeremy Corbyn down to his pants

We appear to be living through an age of divisive political figures. Whether that's down to the prevalence of media coverage in 2016 or the fact that simply people are bored of the “Same old suits” is open for debate, but wherever you...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Ad trends 2019: Jeremy Harvey

Brave clients and bold campaigns are on Jeremy Harvey, creative partner at brand strategy and marketing agency Clarity’s wish list in 2019. He gives his predictions for the year ahead. What will be the biggest trends in 2019 in your field? I...

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Inspiration

CP Loves... Jeremy Deller's 'Sacrilege'

by Ashley Morrison. Tempting as it was today to blog about the Olympic Opening ceremony (you've gotta love that James Bond bit with Her Maj, haven't you?) I've decided to talk about another round-the-country event which is taking place at the moment...

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Design

The Year in Design 2017

Netflix get Abstract for the Art of Design series (January) Netflix began the year with the launch of a new documentary series that took an in-depth look inside the beating heart of the design industry, in much the same manner as their previous,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

General Election 2017: Adland Roundup

It's finally here. The 8th of June, 2017. Snap UK General Election Day. A day that will live in infamy. Probably. In all honesty, the vast majority of us are probably just glad we can finally draw a line under all of this divisive piffle tomorrow and...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Are politicians targeting you on social media?

I'm going to go out on a limb here and presume that at least 75% of the people reading this piece have an active Facebook account. Such is the all-encompassing ubiquity of the great social media titan, that it's not unrealistic of me to make this...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Why we need to be braver with creativity

Working in the creative sector allows you to experiment, be adventurous and most importantly get excited about the work you’re delivering. But it’s about time we got braver. We need to be proactive, stand out and help our clients step out...

Posted by: Clarity
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Social Media

Why World Emoji Day happens on 17 July

World Emoji Day is being celebrated across the world today on social media and beyond with a host of fan comments, online discussion and articles about the universal language. Emojis have become an entertaining form of expression cutting out the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Slinky Halifax ad goes beyond the big screen

An ad for UK banking brand Halifax has become the first to utilise a new technology in cinemas, which sees the 60-second film go beyond the big screen. That New Home Feeling is created by adam&eveDDB and follows a slinky toy as it moves around a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Events

Young creatives set to crash the stage at Creative Circle 2019

This year’s opening president's address at the Creative Circle Ball will be delivered with a difference as young creatives are given a voice at the event. Ana and Hermeti Balarin, ECDs at Mother London, are inviting students and those in the...

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Features

Three things from Cannes: taboos, trends and tears

With Cannes Lions closing its doors last Friday, we asked five creative leaders, to share their thoughts on this year’s Cannes Lions. They will also be speaking at ‘Creative Stories…from Cannes’ 18 July for a more in-depth overview of the...

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Advertising

Top Hires of the Week

Durable Goods Venice, California-based production company Durable Goods has signed comedy director Greg Bray for US commercial representation. Bray is a character-driven director who intuitively embraces awkward and eccentric moments to deliver a...

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Design

Rebrand Roundup: New designers, the RAF, feeling super and other stories

Village Green - New Designers Graduate show New Designers has unveiled a new visual identity, featuring imagery that depicts a mishmash of brightly coloured materials and objects. Now in its 33rd year, the two-week-long graduate show highlights the...

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Advertising

Top Hires of the Week

DDB Worldwide Omnicom Group President and CEO John Wren has announced the appointment of Wendy Clark as President and CEO of DDB Worldwide. Clark succeeds Chuck Brymer who will assume the title of Chairman. Both roles are effective immediately....

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Design

Banksy withdraws anti-Tory free print election offer

UPDATE: Since the original article was posted (below) on Tuesday morning (June 6), Banksy has withdrawn his offer to send a limited edition print of a new piece to voters shunning Conservative general election candidates in and around his home city...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Has the Banksy Brexit mural backfired?

A mural by street artist Banksy recently appeared in the English town of Dover on Sunday last week, showing a worker chipping a star away from the European Union flag. The four-storey artwork, located on the wall of a derelict building beside the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

DUKE - Foxy Bingo and Casino Foxy Bingo and Casino recently launched a series of six tongue-in-cheek ads for its new above-the-line (ATL) campaign. Created by London based creative agency DUKE, the first ad, “Dance Moves,” premiered last...

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Entertainment

Shutterstock Staffer takes two-faced portraits of Hollywood's finest

With social media and the mainstream news outlets still falling over themselves to celebrate Meryl Streep's bold and oddly subtle defamation of the incoming US president (he who shall not be names) at the Golden Globes, Hollywood is once again in the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

J. Walter Thompson London - HSBC The latest HSBC UK campaign by J. Walter Thompson London aims to demonstrate how HSBC’s products and services keep its customers moving onwards with their lives. The four specific offerings are: a one day...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

RKCR/Y&R launch ultimate campaign for Thomson ahead of TUI rebrand

Thomson is launching a campaign to showcase the special moments it provides for holidaymakers at its resorts, ahead of its planned rebrand to TUI in late 2017. The campaign, created by RKCR/Y&R, comprises of TV, radio, print, digital, VOD, broadcast...

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Advertising

AD STARS 2016: The Big Winners

The winners of the 9th annual AD STARS awards were announced this weekend on Saturday, 27th August, at a gala ceremony held in Busan, South Korea. The winners were chosen from a shortlist of 1,680 finalists from 42 countries. Overall, AD STARS...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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