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Grey takes home the bling

After a comprehensive, integrated review that also included Young & Rubicam and JWT, Grey New York, the global advertising network's flagship agency, announced yesterday that it has been selected as the advertising agency-of-record for Pandora, the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Account Wins of the Week

Initiative - Lego Lego has appointed Initiative as its global media agency after a worldwide review of its planning and buying business. The IPG Mediabrands agency won the account after a competitive pitch and takes over from Dentsu Aegis...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

How can brands adapt to change in the luxury sector?

As luxury consumers' behaviour changes from 'having' to 'being', experiences are being increasingly valued as much as products. Brands can capitalise on this by creating experiences that are the sweet spot between brand aspiration and brand vision....

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Top Hires of the Week

CULT The independent digital agency, CULT has announced its appointment of Matt Watson as Executive Creative Director. Previously, a creative director at Digitas UK and SapientNitro. Since Cat Turner and Bridey Lipscombe opened its doors in 2012,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Droga5 make goths smile

If there's one thing we don't see enough of in modern advertising, it's goths. OK, that might be something of an exaggeration, but they are a certainly subsection of the population who have gone unloved for the best part of the last decade. Indeed,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Events

The Deep Dive Report: Rights Here, Right Now

Celebrity sells. It’s a marketing device that can be traced back to the 1760s when Josiah Wedgewood used Royal endorsements to create an aura around his pottery and make the Wedgewood name famous. Later, author Mark Twain licensed his name to...

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News

Artist Boss: Sir Anthony Caro

What is Artist Boss? This project looks at the life and work of prolific sculptor Sir Anthony Caro (1924-2013) and his studio assistants. Throughout his expansive career, Caro employed studio assistants in the production of his work, and we are...

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Advertising

Entries open for Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors' Showcase 2016

Ever dreamed of seeing your work up on the big screen in the Palais des Festivals, Cannes? Saatchi & Saatchi has established a reputation for unearthing the new directors of tomorrow with the annual New Directors’ Showcase (NDS) at Cannes Lions...

Posted by: Saatchi & Saatchi London
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Advertising

Top Hires of the Week

The OLIVER Group The OLIVER Group has announced three new senior promotions with immediate effect as it expands its unique experience planning discipline: Mark Bell to chief experience officer for OLIVER Group, and John Gibbard and Roz Thomas to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Saatchi's NDS returns to its roots for 25th anniversary

At the Palais des Festivals in Cannes yesterday (Thursday 25 June) as part of this year's Cannes Lions festival, Saatchi & Saatchi celebrated 25 years of the New Directors’ Showcase with a one-off screening of a brand new film. The idea was to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Three and W+K mount a Fluffy Revolution

This summer, mobile network Three is looking to shake up the industry in a big way by rallying the British public to unite against typical network gripes, with a little help from Jim Henson's Creature Shop! The new “Make It Right”...

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Advertising

Saatchi celebrate 25 years of the New Directors' Showcase

The world was a different place in 1991. But aside from the breakup of the Soviet Union, the end of Apartheid in South Africa, the assassination of Gandhi and Operation Desert Storm, 1991 also marked the inaugural Saatchi & Saatchi New...

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Advice

The art of the slogan. Dave Trott, Lipsmakin Pepsi and Emperor Rosko.

A few weeks back, Creative Review invited people to put forward their favourite slogan. The visual communications magazine said, Slogans are the epitome of the copywriters' art: the hopes, aims and very essence of a campaign or an organisation...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

The overnight shift towards E-Everything. Do you feel exposed?

The more time we spend in lockdown, the more people are starting to realise that COVID-19 was not a cataclysm for the business world - it was a catalyst of change, an occasion to adapt or die and accelerate innovation for those ready to embrace...

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Advice

Behind the Idea: How to Seize the Awkward with Droga5 and the Ad Council

We've just wrapped up Mental Health Awareness Month and we've seen some incredible works from all across the creative industry to fight the stigma of talking about your mental health, whoever you are and wherever you are from. With suicide as the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Member Spotlight: The Determination of Sidney Berthier

Determination can go a long way. Though VCNI junior video editor Sidney Berthier doesn't explicitly say it, he has plenty of determination to spare and his current career path was solely guaranteed by a host of childhood dreams. His path may have...

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Features

6 ways brands are getting Gen-Z wrong

Nineties or millennials, noughties or baby boomers, it is no secret that all generations have their myths and prejudices and marketers have to overcome these to make sure they're tailoring their offer appropriately. We've had the chance to learn...

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Features

Member Spotlight: Toby Tinsley's Natural Creativity

There are countless merits in growing up with technological advancement. One of them is having the skills to carry out complex tasks in hours, rather than days. But it also means that sometimes you lose touch with nature. Toby Tinsley loves nature...

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Features

Inertia had stifled creative innovation, COVID-19 has accelerated it

The coronavirus pandemic has brought a host of unimaginable changes into everyone's lives. Things that were ordinary have become temporarily extraordinary, and vice versa in some cases. Some, like retailers, have had to sustain more crippling blows...

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Features

Member Spotlight: The Dreams of Ashley Gray

Ashley Gray has a dream. That we start respecting the creative industries as much as they respect and include all of us, nurturing our ambitions and making us grow as human beings. Ashley is an excellent 3D artist with his own, cryptic and somewhat...

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Features

Company Spotlight: Finding Inspiration with Vivid Flow Studio

Inspiration can come from a variety of different sources. For Marcin Roszkowski and his small company, Vivid Flow Studio, inspiration comes from looking at the world. Marcin wishes for a better world, one in which we start respecting our planet as...

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Features

Behind the Idea: Snarling Neon with We Hunt Together and UKTV

Some underestimate the impact of title sequences on viewers, but the truth is these sequences can largely contribute to strengthen a solid tv show's brand. From Game of Thrones to Penny Dreadful, from Breaking Bad to Westworld, having memorable...

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Features

What does the pandemic mean for the production sector?

Some will remember a very specific time in the history of cinema, a time when certain crews were reduced to a bare minimum and all that mattered was the artistic expression, the idea behind film itself. I am certainly too young to remember a time...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Events

Global creative calendar: June 2020

According to BCG Henderson Institute's leaders Martin Reeves and (Rhodes Scholar) Jack Fuller, imagination is crucial for "seizing and creating new opportunities, and finding new paths to growth." Their recent "We Need Imagination Now More Than Ever"...

Posted by: The Darnell Works Agency
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Features

Getting to Know... Shnoosee Bailey, ECD & Managing Partner at HeyHuman

Imagination is a tough and cheeky beast to tame. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't, sometimes it works just enough to get you annoyed for not coming up with a full-rounded idea. In other cases, it starts really early-on - with a tree looking...

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Features

Member Spotlight: Love of People in Adam Shaw's Photography

One would guess the pandemic is hurting extroverts way more than the other end of the spectrum, but freelance photographer Adam Shaw is the living proof that that is really not the case. Though he declares himself an introvert by nature, Adam loves...

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Features

Member Spotlight: the Surgical Horror in Andrzej Kuziola's Art

Reading this interview with 3D illustrator Andrzej Kuziola and looking at his stunning works of art, we would almost be tempted to steer clear of any artist coming from a medical background. Andrzej's imagination can be triggered by anything - be it...

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Overcoming Creative Constraints

There’s not enough time. We don’t have enough budget. There’s no way I’d be able to do that. If you’re a creative person then you’ll know that limitations are everywhere. Sometimes the boundaries are illusory...

Posted by: Richard Holman
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Features

#KindnessMatters – 6 inspiring works on Mental Health awareness

Kindness matters. A simple act of kindness can boost both your mental health and the one of others, creating community and demonstrating support to those around you. Kindness is also the theme of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Features

A Copywriter’s Guide to Communicating with AI

How often do you open Google to look up a synonym with your Thesaurus of choice? A writer's life is quite challenging as it is, and doing that as a job means that sometimes your brain just won't collaborate. Luckily, researchers all around the world...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Brave New Office: the Future of Work sounds... scary

'Keep safe, mate.' I think I’ve heard this more in the past few months than in all the years I spent in London. It feels like a new salute, something you are compelled to say in our email sign-offs or opening lines. I’ve even seen a topic...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Member Spotlight: The Indisputable Rules of Art with Laszlo Ary

Laszlo Ary believes that rules are there for a reason, and all of his art exists to show as much. Careful composition, attention to the principles of art and crazy regard for details are all features of Laszlo's work, who moved from a simple passion...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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