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Creative Review 6h
South American-born photographer Jorge Luis Dieguezon his intriguing images. “I want to deliver the viewer an experience. To give them another way to see things,” he says.
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Creative Review 10h
For the latest episode of the CR Podcast we caught up with CCOs David Kolbusz and Neil Heymann during last week’s Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity
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Creative Review 12h
In a bid to boost female-identifying and non-binary hires, founder is launching a global platform linking underrepresented creatives with leading brands through “non-biased browsing”
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Rare Mags 13h
New issues of Standart, Little White Lies and Creative Review all chilling out in our yard. They’re enjoying a pop and their lunch. So can you -
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Creative Review 15h
We take deep dive into 's new, simplified visual identity and speak to the design studio behind it, Red&White, about the challenges that come with future-proofing such a wide-ranging technology business
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Creative Review 15h
Here’s how you make a music video when everything goes wrong... according to director Max Siedentopf, as he unveils his latest video for Norwegian popstar
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Creative Review 18h
Fresh from winning Illustrator of the Year at the 2019 V&A Illustration Awards, shares how a background in documentary-making continues to inform how she works
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Creative Review Jun 25
Discover this year’s NOVA Awards shortlist: for the first time, the public can vote for a winner as part of the inaugural YourNOVA award
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Creative Review Jun 25
Last year, the government announced important changes to tax legislation for businesses working with freelancers. ’s new ebook offers some advice to help companies get up to speed
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MullenLowe London Jun 25
Thank you for the wonderful feature on these student's inspirational works of art. The time has come to pick your favourite for the YourNOVA Award - get voting guys! 🏆
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Creative Review Jun 25
The shortlist for the NOVA Awards 2019 has now been announced – and for the first time, the public can vote for a winner as part of the inaugural YourNOVA award
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Creative Review Jun 25
How can I go from freelancer to small business owner? Our resident agony aunt offers a reader advice on how to make the jump from being a gun for hire to heading up their own business
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Creative Review Jun 24
A few weeks ago was fired for being a mother, more specifically because she needed short breaks to breastfeed her daughter. Here she questions the creative industries' commitment to real equality
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Creative Review Jun 24
. celebrates the big 3-0 with 30 new logos: Creatives including Paul Smith, Margaret Calvert, Craig & Karl, and Marina Willer have created the 30-inspired designs for a new display at the museum
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Creative Review Jun 24
Working with freelancers: New tax legislation could lead to major changes for brands and agencies working with freelance talent. ’s new ebook offers some advice to help companies get up to speed
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Creative Review Jun 24
Australian initiative introduces students and graduates to the everyday realities of working in a busy design studio, with the aim of filling in the skills left lacking by many creative degrees.
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Creative Review Jun 24
Ushiki Masanori mixes discipline, diaries, sci-fi and Manga in his work. Working as a freelance illustrator and artist across digital and analogue formats, his clients have ranged from stationery brands to Converse, Red Bull Music and fashion brands
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Creative Review Jun 24
Breastfeeding at work: After being turned down for a job due to needing short breaks to breastfeed her daughter, photographer questions the creative industries’ commitment to true equality
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Creative Review Jun 23
.’s memorable characters include the man cursed to turn everything he touches into , the maniacal singing rabbit and the sentient beard which interrupts a job interview to reaches for sweets. Here we look at the history of Skittles' advertising.
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Creative Review Jun 23
Our round up of all the news from the Festival of Creativity. Follow the link to learn about all the Grand Prix winners announced during the past week
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