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Last night I was a critter at the DMA / IDM / Graeme Robertson Trust Big Book Crit in London. There are a few more happening in Manchester, Norwich, Edinburgh and Bristol TOMORROW. So if you’re reading this and haven’t registered, head here.
We had 15 minute crits with student/grad teams – which isn’t a lot for someone like me who waffles on – but it did throw up a few thoughts that I thought might be good if you attend something similar in the future. *Cough* a bit like our R/GA Speed Dating in a couple of weeks.
Here are a few ideas to get the most out of your quick-fire crits.
It’s Nice That’s monthly edition of Nicer Tuesday’s had a stellar line-up and some solid nuggets of advice that left me eager to run out of the room and do some cool shit, as soon as they stopped speaking. With Carl Burgess of More & More, photographer Mirka Laura Severa, curator Olivia Ahmad and director Oscar Hudson you could not, not be inspired by their talent.
At the very beginning of 2017 I was lucky enough to be in Los Angeles, a city that has very recently become lauded as a mecca for contemporary art. And I must say after visiting The newly opened Broad Museum and also The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA I began to learn why. I saw Doug Aitken's solo show 'Electric Earth' and must admit, I was blown away. Here are a couple of visual reasons why.
Published by: Paul in Reviews
Tags: art, california, coachella, desert, desertx, doug aitken, hearth, lita alberquerque, los angeles, mirage, palm springs, phillipksmithIII, sunnylands center and gardens, the broad, the circle of land and sky, the geffen contemporary at moca, wtf wednesday, ycc, young creative council
When you’ve only got one shot at impressing Mother in with a 6-sheet poster in their reception, you need something that’ll stand out.
As the deadline for entries slammed shut last night we had to sift through over 50 odd entries to determine who would be the worthy winner of our week’s ad space just before Christmas.
Before we reveal the winner, we’ll offer up a some notable entries that had us in stitches and arguments.
Get the dish on what went down during day four.
Here's the wrap up from day three.
This is what went down on day two.
Over the course of the week we'll be sharing daily anecdotes from the teams at Cannt Be Replaced. Here's your first instalment.
Published by: Holly in Ad-vice, Opinion, Reviews
Tags: advertising, analogfolk, cannes, cannes advertising festival, cannes lions, cannt, cannt be replaced, emily churches, graduates, grey, just eat, phillip schofield, placement, sharpies, stevie rowing-parker, watford, wunderman, ycc, young creative council
Last night we headed down to It's Nice That's, #NicerTuesdays at Protein for an evening themed around the home. They'd lined up some stellar speakers for us with Nitipak 'Dot' Samsen (partner at Umbrellium), Carl Turner (award winning architect) and Liron Kroll (a very cool visual artist).