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Street Art takes over the Redsand Sea Forts

An ambitious project is being launched which will see street artists and illustrators painting the Redsand Sea Forts just off the east coast of England. The sea forts are located in a cluster eight miles north of Whitstable off the Kent coast, and...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Get to grips with Tel Aviv's street art scene

Meshuna Gallery, in Tel Aviv, is run by Oren Fischer and Anton Avramov. A cross-between a studio space and exhibition space, they show the work of mainly upcoming street artists. Fitting for their graffiti scrawled location in Florentin. The space,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

24 Days of Lever Street: Manchester's Giant Advent Calendar

Think you’re too old for advent calendars? Feeling like a bit of a scrooge? Bored of being forced to consume tiny pieces of molded chocolate on a daily basis (stay with me)… well this might just be for you! Manchester-based agency True...

Posted by: Michelle Collier
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Design

A giant interactive street light shines on London Design Festival

Industrial designer Samuel Wilkinson has created an intriguing 4.5 metre tall street light made of 1,500 glass crystal lenses as part of the upcoming London Design Festival. The opulently named “Ommatidium” (the name apparently comes from...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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DLKW Lowe announces milestone move to Old Street

We can happily confirm that we are relocating to an old carpet factory in Shoreditch, 37-45 City Road, London EC1Y 1AT. We will be in by the end of 2015. The 46,000-sqft office will comprise all Mullen Lowe Group UK agencies including ad agency DLKW...

Posted by: MullenLowe London
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Inspiration

Solar street furniture: the what, where and how

Four years ago, I wrote an article about a small Belgrade-based technology company called Strawberry Energy and their ingenious innovation, the Strawberry Tree - a public solar-powered mobile device charging station that popped up for the first time...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Beagle Street release the Pounds

In a stunt not a million miles away from the KLF's infamous million pound burn-off (though far less aggressive), the online life insurance provider Beagle Street let loose 500 paper dogs in London yesterday (March 25), each made with £10 notes....

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Downing Street gets lit up!

Over the last weekend, tourists and passers by might have noticed the front door of number 10 downing street, the residence of Prime Minister David Cameron, looked a little different than usual. Specifically, that it's usually blank, black face had...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Technology

YouTube celebrate digitisation of Old Street EC1 Roundabout

London's Old Street EC1 Roundabout has recently been brought kicking and screaming into the 21st century with a state-of-the-art, four-screen digital billboard. To celebrate this digitisation, a YouTube ad campaign has been launched to raise...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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News

Bulletproof moves to 10 Bedford Street

After 10 fulfilling years at our offices in Shelton Street, Bulletproof has moved - to 10 Bedford Street in Covent Garden. Following an extensive search in central London, the Bedford Street office was the firm winner offering Bulletproof both space...

Posted by: Bulletproof
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Inspiration

Album covers located on Street View

The Guardian have been delving into the amazing world of Google Street View of late, and have been coming up with some clever uses for the world's most detailed map. Last month they placed famous artworks from around the world back in their original...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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News

Not on the High Street appoints WCRS after 5-way pitch

Not on the High Street has appointed WCRS as its new creative agency after a five-way creative pitch. WCRS will be responsible for creating a new brand platform that will be marketed across all marketing channels as Notonthehighstreet seeks to build...

Posted by: WCRS
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News

Window wars. Who is winning the Christmas battle of Oxford Street?

Christmas is rather a competitive activity, isn't it? From those rather ghastly households attempting to out-decorate their neighbours by festooning their brickwork with flashing reindeer, to the restaurants fighting to see who can charge the most...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

High anxiety on the high street. What is the future of retail?

References to the 'high-street' in political and sociological debate have been frequent for well over a decade now. Sadly, mentioning a problem frequently doesn't bring solutions. Many towns are plagued by empty retail units on their central...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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News

Welcome to the future. 3D printing comes to the high street.

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Arthur C Clarke When I was a nipper, I'd watch Star Trek and pretty much take it for granted that I was seeing an accurate portrayal of the future. I'm quite an old bloke now,...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

5 minutes with... David Freer - Founding Partner at O Street

"We are a multi-disciplinary (only bit of jargon, promise!) design company with a head office in Glasgow. We pride ourselves in offering a wealth of big company experience with small company overheads. Our sleek approach also allows us to work with...

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Inspiration

Yarnbombing: how knitting became street.

Knitting has had somewhat of a revival in recent years. Gone are the connotations of ugly Christmas jumpers, lovingly constructed by your great aunt Edna, nowadays its designer hand knits which take the catwalks by storm and models knit and purl...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Trends

5 things we learned at Gamescom 2019

The team at in-game advertising platform Bidstack spent last week in Cologne for Europe’s biggest gaming event - Gamescom. Here, its CMO, Simon Gosling, offers a comprehensive look at some of the key things they took away from this year’s...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Trends

UKTV's ghost sign celebrates Dad's Army special

UKTV has commissioned a giant ghost mural in London calling on viewers to ‘join Dad’s Army’ for a three-day TV special for the classic comedy. Dad’s Army: The Lost Episodes will see three remade parts from the show's second...

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News

The Cultural TfL Map x Time Out

Time Out exists to inspire their readers to make the most of their city - whether that’s the latest must-see art exhibition, a serene hidden garden or a killer music venue in an unexpected part of town. That’s why they’ve teamed up...

Posted by: Jelly London
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Design

Inside the Walled-Off Banksy Hotel on the Israeli West Bank barrier

Banksy stands alone in the domain of popular culture as an artist who even your nan has probably heard of, but even his most devout fan couldn't name if they fell over him (or her or them). Banksy is less a person than it is an idea; a defiantly...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

Creativepool City Guides: Glasgow

Dubbed the 'hippest place in Britain' by The Times, Glasgow is in the midst of a creative coming-of-age as the de-industrialised cityscape gives way to a subtle but steady innovatory transformation. But whilst it may have been overlooked in...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Creativepool City Guides: Zürich

Often cited as one of the most expensive cities in the world, Zürich’s creative potential gets a bad reputation. But amongst the hedge-fund millionaires and the more traditional aspects of life in Switzerland’s largest city,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin

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