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Design

36 Days of Type examines the endless graphic possibilities of typography

A project that’s been getting a significant amount of coverage on everyone’s favourite photo-centric social media hub of late, 36 Days of Type is so much more than an excuse for designers to bash out some nifty fonts. It also represents a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: A type of art at Optimo Type Foundry

Optimo was initiated in 1998 as a bachelor project by Gilles Gavillet, Stéphane Delgado and David Rust. It was a way for them to release their own fonts, and Optimo became part of the first wave of digital foundries to emerge in the 1990s as a...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Spotlight: Art director Stephen ONeill gets high on type

According to Scotland-born and London-raised art director Stephen ONeill aka Type Chap, the two tips he’d give young creatives is to be witty and irreverent with their work. “Always have something in your portfolio that’s got a bit...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Your type on paper: How brands can hit it off with Love Island in 2019

Love Island is now ITV2’s most watched show ever, which has made brand association with the programme highly desirable. The launch of the fourth season of the reality TV show last year, which follows a group of twentysomethings in their quest...

Posted by: TVSquared
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Rich traditions at Grilli Type

There's a strong Swiss-led tradition at the root of all of Grilli Type's typefaces, but it's the kind of tradition which silently and faithfully holds everything else up, rather than the sort which gets regurgitated over and over again. In fact,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Inspiration

Five degrees (or days) for communication over: 360 to 365

Once upon a time there was a briefing with expectations, assets and a budget. The team met, brainstormed, scratched their heads , planned, created and finally the child was born. The presentation to the client was good - the powerpoint presentation...

Posted by: Andre Felix
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Inspiration

Trailblazers: Our type of studio: Klim Type Foundry

Since releasing his first retail typeface, Feijoa, in 2007, Kris Sowersby, Klim Type Foundry’s founder has received numerous awards and accolades including: a Certificate of Excellence from the New York Type Directors Club; being accepted as a...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Advertising

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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Inspiration

Focal Point: The dog days aren't over with Flakonkishochki

Basketball player Andrey Kasay aka Flakonkishochki is a big fan of dogs and always selects the best to aid the creation of his artworks and projects. The artist's trippy, skip-the-light fantastic work has translated into campaigns for the likes of...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Advertising

Cincinnati's top agencies to duke it out in a new type of 'Fight Club'

This Thursday January 21st, three of Cincinnati’s largest advertising agencies: POSSIBLE, Rockfish and Barefoot Proximity, will compete in the inaugural “Agency Fight Night,” a real-time contest to see who can generate the most...

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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Technology

Could you spend 28 days living in virtual reality?

British artist, Mark Farid, plans to give up a month of his life to virtual reality with a crowd-funded campaign. The plan is for Farid to remain in one room for 28 days and experience every moment through the eyes of another person (a living...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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News

McCann Erickson and American Airlines recall the glory days of flying

As the competition between the major transcontinental airlines becomes more fraught than ever, American Airlines have launched a new campaign that celebrates the aviation firms illustrious history. Created by globally renowned ad agency McCann...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

90 days to build the world's tallest building

Construction is planned to begin on the world’s tallest building next month. The building in Changsha, China will be completed in 90 days. To complete such a task in the given time frame, the construction firm Broad Sustainable Building (BSB)...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

The 12 Days of Christmas. BANNED.

Christmas Eve is finally here and I'm feeling festive. Well, actually, I was feeling festive a while ago because I've been doing an awful lot of carol singing throughout December. Not that I'm bragging but, for the most part, these carol concerts...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Design

Craft Month: Introducing... Cabeza Patata

Creative Duo Cabeza Patata (that's Potato Head in Spanish) have recently joined the Jelly Futures family just in time for Craft Month - that was handy wasn't it?! Formed by illustrator and craftswoman Katie Menzies and 3d artist and animator Abel...

Posted by: Jelly London
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News

The 2016 Annual Winners

It gives us great pleasure in announcing this years Annual winners! New this year we presented the limited edition gold books for the winners in each category. (On top of this we also print 15,000 other copies and distribute them across the globe,...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

How agencies can gain a competitive advantage when selling to brands

Tenacity One of the main reasons people tend to ‘fail’ at new business is they give up all too easily. It may be very ‘un-British’ to keep on at people and sell things, but if that is the job you must do, do it with skill and...

Posted by: David Alexander
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Trends

The new era of conscious consumerism

The insatiable rise of the conscious consumer has taken extraordinary effect in the world of retail. The latest edition of Raconteur, in which Matter of Form (MOF) features, states two in three of us claim to be belief-driven buyers. A social...

Posted by: Matter Of Form
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Features

One year on: Winners, losers and what we've learned from GDPR

This week marks a year since General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect across all 28 member states of the European Union (EU). The privacy laws were enforced to increase and protect the rights people have over their personal data...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Trends

Life in the living room: Why TV still matters in 2019

- By Rhiannon Murphy, head of TV at the7stars - Television, or at least our relationship with it, has changed. Over the past 20 years we’ve gone from celebrating the launch of a fifth terrestrial channel on our TV screens in the UK to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Trends

5 benefits of meditation for writers

Have you ever read Meditations by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius? These were his private reflections on philosophy, happiness, peace, pleasure and the meaning of life as a whole. Why am I mentioning it? If you’re a writer, you’ll...

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Features

Creatives and AI: Are they the perfect match?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is accelerating the pace of many industries - and the creative fields are no exception. While there is still a stigma of fear towards AI in some sections, the majority are beginning to see the positive impact the tech is...

Posted by: Lobster
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Advice

7 Steps to Killer Content

By Suzie Ryan, If you’re anything like me, you’ll have spent a fairly sizeable amount of time reading articles like this one. Maybe you’re feeling motivated to go forth and begin documenting your next-level, incredible...

Posted by: Matter Of Form

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