Talent isn't about where you've been, or who you know. And it's not about having a university degree, either. It's about raw ability – and opportunities.
D&AD are back for another round of New Blood Shift – an intensive night school programme, which you can complete around your current job. There are workshops and talks by those at the top of their game and real client briefs to test your creative minds in ability and craft.
The Fashion Designers’ & Craft Makers’ (FDC) are looking for exceptionally gifted young fashion designers who have excelled creatively and have the potential to be the next big stars of the international fashion stage. That sounds like you? Perfect!
Using Facebook's most immersive format the canvas ad, you’ve got to submit your very own canvas folio. The chosen ones will get their own Facebook campaigns with up to £2,000 FB spend behind it allowing you to get your work right into the News Feeds of the Creative Directors you want to work for. You’ll also win a private lunch with a leading Chief Creative Officer.
To enter, you’ll first need to join the CANNT Get Noticed Facebook group (//fb.me/CANNTawards), where you’ll find more info about Canvas Folio, as well as a tutorial video and a How-To guide.
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.
Sometimes, just sometimes, in this industry you're offered the opportunity to do something good. That can actually impact and influence the world we live in. Today is one of those days, Jelly have partnered up with #TurnUp to invite people to get involved with a creative brief that aims to encourage young people to vote ahead of the snap election.
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.