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The Best of British Design

What is it about British brand design that transcends borders and epitomises international branding? At R Design we have been enjoying a flurry of interest from overseas brand owners, which have come to us specifically for that international...

Posted by: R Design Ltd
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Features

Why has British TV advertising lost its sense of humour?

Last year, Nick Gill, executive creative director at BBH, was writing about the 2011 Arrows Awards. He made some interesting points about TV and how we seem to be watching more of it these days, rather than less. He said that we Brits are now...

Posted by: Creativepool
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There's nothing fast about super-fast broadband

“Superfast broadband is much faster and more reliable than standard broadband. It lets you make video calls, do homework online and stream music, all at much higher speeds - and all at the same time.” That’s what the Government...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Inspiration

Comfort Food by Jessica Dance

Let me introduce you to Jessica Dance - a London-based Art Director, Model Maker and Prop Stylist. She specialises in handcrafted models, props and sets for the likes of Vogue, Google, Mulberry, Creative Review, Vanity Fair, Liberty, Topshop,...

Posted by: Jessica Hazel
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Why celebrating the demise of HMV is barking.

by Magnus Shaw. First a clarification. One would think from the chatter across news outlets and social media that the HMV retail chain is in the process of locking the doors and boarding up its stores. It's isn't, but the news is not good. The...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

Spotlight - Mike Watkins - Freelance Graphic Designer

- View Mike's Creativepool profile ‘Don't just hold out for the cool ad or design agencies - there are thousands of other companies out there that have marketing/design departments' Describe your work in one sentence. Creative pixel...

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Workshop

Opinions - Making a drama out of a crisis.

by Magnus Shaw There is much to like about charity advertising. Freed from the constraints of pack-shots and multi-buys, agencies have the chance to show off their creative chops and tell real human stories - often quite brilliantly. One only has to...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

CP Loves... The faces of the Olympic divers

by Jessica Hazel I didn't think I was going to like the Olympics once the opening ceremony had finished. I'm not really a sporty person you see. Like most of us creative folk, I have always favoured splashing paint about rather than swimming pool...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

skyFAIL - Has Bond gone off-brand?

by Ashley Morrison. James Bond is as much a part of my DNA (or life history) as Wimbledon, walks on Hampstead Heath on Sunday afternoon, and Mars bars. So it pains me a little bit to be mildly disappointed with the new Bond film. Don't worry, this...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Workshop

The 10 most popular US states for British workers

Jobseekers in Britain keen on chasing the American dream are most likely to be looking for roles in California, New York and Florida, according to new data released by the world’s largest job site, Indeed. But while UK searches accounted for...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Banksy's Balloon Girl revealed as the UK’s favourite British artwork

Street artist Banksy has been ranked ahead of the likes of Turner and Constable with his Balloon Girl ranked the “nation’s favourite British artwork” in a new study which shines a spotlight on our ever-changing tastes in art. The...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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British Airways rope in major celebrity cast for pre-flight safety video

An enviable cast of major British celebrities pop up in a new safety instruction video for British Airways flights, which also introduces the Flying Start charity that supports Comic Relief. Given the ties to Comic Relief, the six-minute film is a...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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British Vogue hires first male editor, Edward Enninful

Iconic fashion brand Vogue announced this week that Edward Enninful would serve as the editor of their British magazine. This is notable not only because Enninful will become the magazine's first male editor, but also the first black editor of a...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Tate Britain celebrates Queer British Art this spring

(Header Image) "Bathing" by Duncan Grant This spring, Tate Britain will host the first exhibition dedicated to queer British art. Unveiling material that relates to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) identities, the show will mark the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Avios and British Airways offer a VR Tour of Madrid

Avios and British Airways are launching a new virtual reality campaign to encourage people to collect Avios when booking flights to Madrid with British Airways. The campaign features a 360 degree VR video allowing users to visit the city from the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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British Arrows CRAFT Awards: Four days left to enter

All craftspeople working in moving image advertising have been issued a final call to enter the British Arrows CRAFT Awards before it’s too late. The awards, which celebrates its 20th year, is closing for all final entries this Friday...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Ocean Outdoor and krow celebrate Adam Peaty British Olympic victory

Ocean has launched its Rio 2016 sports coverage across its full motion city and roadside out of home screens with highlights of inspirational performances featuring Team GB competitors. In partnership with Team GB, Ocean Outdoor has scheduled the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The World's Largest Aircraft is a Giant Flying British Bum

A vessel said to be the world's largest aircraft has left its hangar for the first time, in preparation for a test flight. Perhaps even more notably, the aircraft in question also quite closely (and hilariously) resembles a large, human posterior,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Despark presents: A smart talking interview with Hive by British Gas

Tom Guy is Commercial & Product Director at Hive, a British Gas innovation. Despark, an International digital specialist, spoke to him to find out what it takes to create a cutting-edge, offshoot as part of a 200-year-old legacy company and to hear...

Posted by: Despark
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Venturethree as British youth to remain Stronger in Europe

Venturethree has designed an “Irreverent” multimedia campaign for the upcoming EU Referendum, aimed to encourage young voters to remain in the European union. #VOTIN is a campaign set up by Britain Stronger In Europe, the official cross...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The British Museum brings Renaissance treasures into the 21st century

The British Museum has launched a permanent interactive digital exhibit to bring its Renaissance treasures to life for visitors to its newly developed Waddesdon Bequest collection and Enlightenment galleries. A bespoke interactive digital display has...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Rebrand Roundup: From saving British Hearts to Ballymore

Hato - Pick Me Up Graphic Art festival Pick Me Up is launching a new identity based around a digital tool allowing anyone to create and submit a letterform to be used in the branding. The new identity has been created by Hato, who also developed the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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British Arrows Awards announce 2016 Jury

After the Craft Awards rounded up 2015 by celebrating British Advertising’s unsung heroes, the British Arrows has now announced the Jury for the British Arrows Awards 2016. The awards, to be held on Wednesday 23rd March, celebrate the biggest...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Grey London celebrate the Great British Boozer for Greene King IPA

I've always loved the atmosphere of the good old fashioned British pub. It might have something to do with the fact my father worked for a brewery throughout my formative year, and it's almost certainly been exacerbated by my general indifference...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Inspiration

British Airways go 3D for latest advertising campaign

Commissioned by BBH, Jelly London worked with Mr. Kaplin to create a “high-end 3D animation” for British Airways’ latest online and social campaign. The campaign focusses on BA’s “On Business” rewards scheme, a...

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The British Music Experience museum moves to Liverpool

The British Music Experience (BME) museum, which first opened in 2009 at London Greenwich’s O2 building, but closed down in April last year, is set to reopen next year (Spring 2016) with brand new interiors at the Cunard Building in Liverpool,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Who Made The Jury? The British Arrows Craft 2015

The British Arrows have announced the jury for this year’s Craft Awards; the only awards in the advertising industry to celebrate and recognise the individual craftsmanship of companies and professionals solely in motion picture. Chairman of...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Experience Bronze Age VR at the British Museum

Between the 8th and the 9th of August, visitors to the British Museum will be invited to step a virtual foot inside a 4,000-year-old Bronze Age roundhouse with the launch of the London museum’s first ever virtual reality weekend. By teaming up...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The futuristic luxury interiors of the British Bullet Train

Hitachi Rail Europe (HRE) recently unveiled concepts for the interiors of their new high-speed “British Bullet Trains” and they look (quite frankly) incredible. Subtly futuristic without looking cheap and surprisingly sparse without...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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