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Archived Since:March 13, 2008

Blog Post Archive

The soundscape of New York

What does New York sound like? And what does the sound of New York look like? London-based art director and designer John Davies' latest project attempts to capture the music of the city's Manhattan neighbourhoods in physical form.....

TEMPLO's trilingual identity for Stop Torture campaign

Throughout this year, design studio TEMPLO has been working on a trilingual identity for #StopTorture, a campaign from the International Truth and Justice Project which aims to raise awareness of human rights abuses in Sri Lanka. The politically neutral system combines a vibrant colour palette with English, Sinhalese and Tamil characters...

At home with Michael Wolff

The latest issue of YCN's members' magazine features an interview with Wolff Olins co-founder Michael Wolff. To accompany the article, YCN has also released a short film shot at the designer's home in North London...

First of Penguin Monarchs editions released

Cover art by Vania Zouravliov Penguin Monarchs is a new 45-book series that looks at the individual reigns of Britain's kings and queens over the last 1,000 years. For each biography, a new portrait has been commissioned by a range of artists and illustrators...

Ads of the Week

Charity ads and spots with a festive flavour dominate this week's round up of great new work, which kicks off with some Christmassy cuteness from McVitie's biscuits...

Authentically African? How The Partners created its new identity for Tusk Conservation Awards

The Partners’ new identity for Tusk Conservation Awards features a typographic logo cleverly hidden in a custom pattern. We spoke to creative director Stuart Radford about designing a system that felt ‘authentically African’ for the pro-bono project...

Marsala: Pantone's Colour of the year 2015

Farewell Radiant Orchid, we hardly knew you (or noticed you being used very much). Hello Marsala, Pantone's Colour of the Year for 2015

Are you paid the right amount?

We're conducting the UK's largest industry-wide salary survey so you can see how your pay stacks up against your peers, colleagues and even your bosses. And we need you help

Thonik's ligature-led identity for Holland Festival

A new identity for the Holland Festival builds on its graphic history with a combination of stencil and ligature

CR December: The Photography Annual - iPad edition

The CR Photography Annual, our double issue for December, is also available for iPad, where you'll find the Best in Book and all of the successful submissions, plus the print mag articles and exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world....

Rebranding Kalashnikov: would you?

It's been hailed as a design classic, and blamed for the deaths of millions. Now Kalashnikov and its parent company has announced a rebrand and an ambition to become as big as Apple. Would you help them?

An interactive performance by Africa Express at Tate Modern

A new collaboration between Tate Modern, Africa Express and website The Space offers viewers a unique opportunity to interact with a performance by Africa Express and explore Tate Modern's galleries by night...

New illustration: Wilfrid Wood, Shepard Fairey, Andrew Rae, Toast magazine & more

Our latest pick of new illustration work includes an exhibition of canine sculptures by Wilfrid Wood, large-scale murals by Shepard Fairey, food-themed editorial artwork for Toast magazine, all-female exhibition There's a Good Girl and a new graphic novel from illustrator Andrew Rae...

Ads of the Week

Our collection of great new ads this week includes work for Old Spice, BMW, Greene King IPA, and the new Hobbit film. First up though is a cheeky little Christmas film for Maille gourmet mustard...

Weight Watchers takes unusual approach with new ad

Our relationship with food is a complex one, as this new ad for Weight Watchers from Wieden + Kennedy Portland points out...

TEDxAmsterdam launches the Human Clock

To promote the forthcoming TEDxAmsterdam conference, agency We Are Pi has created the Human Clock, a digital timepiece filled with faces from all over the world...

How our December cover was created

The cover of our December Photography Annual issue features a new digital finishing technique developed by Precision Printing that creates a high-build, super glossy finish

Eight of the best Christmas window displays

With Christmas shopping season well underway, department stores on both sides of the Atlantic have transformed their windows with elaborate festive scenes. Here's a look at some of the finest displays in London, Paris and New York.

How to land that dream job and more student advice

As founder of creative community The Dots, Pip Jamieson knows a thing or two about getting started in the creative industries. Here's her (extremely comprehensive) guide for students and graduates looking to land that dream job, plus some Advice to Sink in Slowly

Epica Awards 2014: The Winners

The winners of this year's Epica Awards were announced last night at a ceremony held in Amsterdam. There were big wins for BBDO New York, Leo Burnett Toronto, Publicis Conseil, 72andSunny Netherlands, and Leo Burnett Beirut...

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