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.
Today we celebrate International Woman's Day with 30 amazing quotes from creative #girlbosses on what their words of wisdom would be to their younger selves. We were very lucky to have the amazing Alison Carmichael create our stunning 'AdHERtising' logo! Keep a look out for her interview in the next few days.
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.
You've never seen illustrations as mental as this, unless of course, you've met Andrey Flakonkishochki. A dose of surrealism tied in with orgasmic observations and a twist of reality in there... somewhere. He's from Russia, occasionally writes in Japanese and uses colours that have been known in some cases to cause epileptic comas. Come sit with us as we interview and talk about his perspective on Hitler Frogs & Full English Breakfast Porn.