AWESOMENESS. We've got an amazing event lined up for you creative types. We're partnering with Jelly to bring you an evening fuelled full of creative typography inspiration from Alison Carmichael. It's going to be unmissable so snap up a ticket before it's too late.
Yesterday, we celebrated International Woman's Day with 30 amazing pieces of advice from some of the industries finest. But... who created that incredible logo we heard you all ask? None other than the award-winning hand lettering artist; Alison Carmichael. We caught up with Alison to find out a little bit more about her story and how she ended up mixing with us 'orrible lot.
We’ve partnered up with Creative Conscience awards and Cause2Create to launch a creative brief around the Refugee crisis. The aim to improve connectivity, within camps, when re-settling in a new location, or how communities receiving refugees can help. This is a brief where the winning ideas can actually get made - so they can help real people.
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.
On a fresh, strangely Fall-like Wednesday in January (I can say fall as I have now lived in New York for 6 months) a group of very excited, art-obsessed, coffee-seeking souls gathered on the 8th floor of The Whitney Museum of American Art.
We are the ambassadors for The Whitney. Only two days after my interview (and the newest art groupie) I was about to sit down to breakfast with Adam Weinberg. The Whitney’s Director, the Godfather himself.
The new year is upon us and with that a flurry of events to inspire your tickers, noggins, brains or whatever you choose to call that thing at the top of your body are here.
Creative Social as always have got a bunch of jolly neat stuff lined up for the year, the first being Creative Super Powers. A session to help you reconnect with your inner free creative spirit, getting you ready to be fucking shit hot this year.
The brief is come up with solutions that connect refugees, this could be connecting them in camps, into where they arrive or to their families back home. The brief is open to you solutions whether they're product, advertising, a platform, anything! The only must is that they're feasible to produce, there's no big budget here. Think grassroots, partnerships things you might be able to do yourself with a bit of backing.
Everyone knows, we at the YCC love a good event and this one was up in the very top drawer. We’d like to thank It’s Nice That for having us over and letting us in the doors of the only ‘symposium’ we’ve ever been in! From start to finish this awesome day was meticulously planned and organised but the perfect thing about it was how it all seemed so relaxed. Nothing went wrong, everyone had a jolly old time and most importantly we left very inspired.