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Where have you bean? Heinz roll out new TV spot, copywriting saved.

I felt sure if we waited long enough, someone would grasp the nettle and prove that the art of copywriting isn’t dead, just having a lie down. The fact that this little miracle has been achieved by one of the nation’s best known (and best...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Leaders

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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Taylor Herring unleash a Giant Robot Hamster on the streets of London

I'm rarely one to be impressed or amused by self-knowingly quirky gimmicks, but Taylor Herring have taken the art of the advertising stunt to a completely random and wonderfully bold place with this latest creative stunt for Kwik Fit. I'm referring,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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MVRDV build a giant scaffolding staircase to heaven (almost) in Rotterdam

Modern staircases are very rarely built to inspire awe or act as conversation pieces. Indeed, we're growing so lazy and indifferent as a species that we rarely take the stairs anymore, especially when there are more convenient options available....

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Greggs celebrate new coffee with giant Nappuccino lab at Potters Field

Despite more than half the population admitting that they rely on a coffee to help them feel more awake or alert, caffeine and sleep have long been thought to be incompatible. However, recent scientific research put to the test by Greggs has found...

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A giant game of Guess Who promotes rock legends Wembley show

Of all the board games from my childhood, few elicit the same pangs of nostalgia as Guess Who? This was less of a game, more of a light detective simulation, and the fact that it also contained some rather hilarious caricatures certainly didn't...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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GPY&R drive giant Christmas presents across Australia

Christmas is generally all about the big impressions, even if we like to fool ourselves into believing it's all about family and friends. Adland knows this all too well, so in the week leading up to Christmas, while everyone else was busy wrapping...

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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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Leaders

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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Features

One small mistake, one giant gaff

You must be used to my moaning by now. All those tortuously bad ads that drive me potty - from Brad Pitt waxing poetical in the agonising Chanel 'inevitable' campaign, to Spotify waffling on about what music does to us (which has nothing to do with...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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Workshop

The magical world of animation: 15 different styles - Part 1

This article stemmed from a conversation in the studio, where we were looking at the multitude of ways we could tackle a project. As you’ll see from our site, we rarely have two projects the same. So, here we go with a three part blog, looking...

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Inspiration

Giving Optimus Prime a day off from saving the universe | #BehindTheIdea

While the later, Mark Whalberg fronted Michael Bay films might have started to sour the public’s relationship with the Transformers, their lasting widespread appeal can’t be denied, particularly among the millennials who grew up with...

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#GettingToKnow a London transplant with a bold imagination

Imagination is a wonderful thing. Without it, the creative industries would cease to exist and we’d be living in a world full of blank concrete slabs and beige uniforms. It’s also the name of a rather exciting agency with offices around...

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Industry

Letting those WOW moments speak for themselves | #BehindTheIdea

In its first work from Lucky Generals, car selling service carwow aims to “fill the lives of car owners with massive moments of WOW” (delivered by a huge inflatable “WOW”) as they see how much they can sell their car for....

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Why bold design is good business

Design is a great differentiator. It can stop people in their tracks. Make them laugh. Bring them to tears. And even set your brand apart from the competition - if you dare to be bold. It’s important to understand what we mean by design. Too...

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Workshop

Porky polls: people lie in surveys, so how do you get to the facts?

There aren’t many studies examining how frequently people lie. It is lunacy to assume that respondents will truthfully answer questions about how truthful they are. Neither is it socially desirable to brand yourself a liar - even in an...

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Inspiration

The next frontier - The rise of NFTs in retail

Great news: according to The Collins Dictionary, NFT was the word of 2021, which means there now exists a go-to way to explain these elusive virtual tokens to your grandparents... Defined as “a unique digital certificate, registered in a...

Posted by: Matter Of Form
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Features

Have you already seen Christmas ads go up? Here's why

There’s been an ever increasing sense of unease around the industry in the past few weeks, as a number of retailers announced that supplies have been slow to come, and there is a labour and stock shortage in the UK expected to last until...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Leaders

How anamorphic digital outdoor is redefining OOH

As technology progresses, the push for immersion and for a blended reality with our everyday screens is what will define most of the future trends in the advertising industry (and beyond). It started with VR and AR; now it's moving onto...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The 15 workplace innovations that will change your work life forever

The future of work is hybrid - if you’ve been around the Creativepool Magazine for long enough, you’ve read this many times from me now. While remote work is definitely here to stay, there is still a significant percentage of the...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Features

Legends of Design: Jonathan Ive

Sir Jonathan Paul Ive is one of those figures who will always be remembered for leaving an everlasting mark in the history of design, technology and creativity. Save for the late Steve Jobs, there is no one who had more relevance in the history of...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo

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