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All 20 Premier League clubs say there's No Room for Racism

The English Premier League has released a new video featuring all 20 clubs in the division to clarify its stance on racism and encourage supporters to report abuse. The latest phase of the No Room For Racism campaign will be visible at all Premier...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Best brand evolutions and what we can learn from them

Last year was one of change for many players in the creative industries. From brands to agencies and creative services providers, the entire creative sector was forced to adapt or die, embracing new technologies and adopting solutions to ensure...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Industry

Black is... Talent, Passion and Creative Energy - #BehindTheIdea

Handling the crew for one film is already no mean feat - but handling six? Come on. And yet, the teams at Karmarama and Accenture did it. For Black History Month back in October, the agency network teamed up with black filmmakers, animators and crew...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Diversity in the industry is still a problem

So the industry isn’t diverse enough. Big surprise, huh? You’ve heard it a lot in the past year, that we’re still “a long way ahead” of where we should be in terms of inclusion for underrepresented talent. Diversity in...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Inspiration

2021: Predictions for an Unpredictable Year

One thing we can predict for the year ahead is that what will have unfolded 12 months from now is most likely unpredictable. Our shift online has undoubtedly accelerated across the board - markedly with older generations who are typically slower in...

Posted by: Wolff Olins
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Features

#StandAgainstRacism: Why we need more ads like Sainsbury's Gravy Song

And why racism is still a huge problem in the UK So one day, a November day like many others in this strange 2020, Sainsbury’s comes out with a series of three ads to celebrate Christmas, made by the folks at Wieden+Kennedy. Pretty standard...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Inspiration

Here's all the best 2020 Christmas ads!

All the 2020 Christmas campaigns in one place Every year the same story: agencies and brands coming together to release a stream of beautiful Christmas ads for the joy of us all. It has almost become tradition. There’s no Christmas without a...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Inspiration

Appreciating the inclusive whimsy of Mason Griffiths

Sometimes, in this increasingly uncertain and conflicted world, all it takes is a little helping hand to get the ball rolling. Such is the case with the Salford-based artist Mason Griffiths, who left University a couple of years ago and found...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

The creative industries need #MoreThanWords to ensure real change

We've heard the promises of a hypocritical industry working relentlessly to patch up the holes in representation and diversity. We've seen our own industry fall short of those promises when the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Workshop

Leaving the Comfort Zone

The importance of bravery, boundaries and beliefs in the performance arts “Argue for your limitations, and sure enough they’re yours” Richard Bach, ‘Illusions’ , Arrow Books, 1988 The book ‘Illusions’ by...

Posted by: James Sampson
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Leaders

8 designers on their Oscar movie poster remakes

Ahead of Sunday's Oscars ceremony, eight in-house designers at Shutterstock have given this year's Best Picture nominees the pop art treatment using content from the creative platform. Shutterstock runs its Oscar Pop! poster series every February...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Is thought leadership the enemy of creativity?

I’m like one of those annoying reformed non-smokers who coughs, passively aggressively, as you spark up a social cigarette. I’m like the vegan who mocks you for eating Quorn, the new mum who tells my childless friends they haven’t...

Posted by: Amy Kean
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Leaders

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...

Posted by: Creative Social
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Leaders

Cannes Lions Contenders 2018

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity remains a cornerstone event for the advertising industry, even now, in its 65th year. Whilst there are plenty of changes to consider at this year's festival, with Publicis “taking a year...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Account Wins of the Week

18 Feet & Rising - Popchips Popchips, the Californian snack brand, is poised to launch its first global ad campaign after appointing 18 Feet & Rising as its lead creative agency. It is the first time the 10-year-old brand, which markets itself as a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Adland Responds to the Great Kendall Jenner Pepsi Debacle

When Pepsi dropped their no-doubt incredibly expensive and undeniably ambitious new ad earlier this week, they probably had no idea that, by week's end, the spot would have dominated global headlines, which is particularly impressive, given the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Social Media owns Kendall Jenner over controversial Pepsi ad

UPDATE: Since this article was first posted, Pepsi have decided (wisely in my opinion) to pull the ad from YouTube. A Pepsi spokesperson said in a press release: "Pepsi was trying to project a global message of unity, peace and understanding. Clearly...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Havas create #BlackAtWork 'jobstacle course' to catalyse race discussion

In an installation based around Black History Month in the US, Havas Chicago created a set of obstacles to reflect what a black man or woman in the workplace might experience, highlighting the need for greater diversity in advertising. Located in the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

La La Land was robbed at the Oscars according to Social Media

Global media agency Carat analysed consumer sentiment around the Oscars on social media to determine the ‘audience votes’ ahead of the big announcement made on 26th February, when the underdog “Moonlight” walked away with the Best Picture...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Powerful imagery with David Uzochukwu

David Uzochukwu is a talented, young visual artist living in Brussels. After first picking up a camera at the age of 13 he taught himself how to use it and developed a personal photography style through powerful self-portraiture. His hallmark...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Leaders

Election Fever: The Final Countdown

The 2016 US general election has been an almighty farce, let's not pull any punches here. Farce makes for great fuel when it comes to creative work though. Running the range from the daft to the strikingly satirical and the just downright bemusing,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Copa90 and Ary & Joe unite for historic refugee football tournament

Copa90, the global football fans network, has united with its charity and media partners in a force of solidarity to support refugees with “The Liberté Cup,” a football tournament for refugees in the Grande-Synthe camp. Inspired by...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

SS+K turn Donald Trump's idiocy against him

Donald Trump has built his political career on saying the things that no other candidate would say, and most normal Americans wouldn’t say either. So a new set of campaign ads from EMILY’s List and Priorities USA, asks why would we let...

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

Agency of the Week: FCB

Project:Nose With a 40% smaller brain area that perceives odour when compared to females, the male olfaction is less sensitive on average. Nivea Men used this insight, and the scientific fact that men generally sweat more and can't smell their own...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Ogilvy Berlin turn Mein Kampf into an anti-fascists bible

Fascism is one hell of a buzzword, and if there could be one fascistic figurehead, it would undoubtedly by Adolf Hitler. Yes, many have accused Donald Trump of holding similar values as the man many still refer to as the most evil to have ever walked...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Does the UK really need a 'men-only' radio station?

Depending where you reside in the UK, you may be a listener to XFM. The original home of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, its format has largely been studenty, with a playlist dedicated to indie guitar bands, and a presenter roster of music buffs...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Leaders

Agency of the Week: BBDO

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne help young women face their fears Clemenger BBDO have teamed up with feminine health brand Libra to launch a platform that helps young women learn how to deal with the things that hold them back. The campaign will launch...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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