Published by: Holly in Events, Live Briefs
Tags: art director, cannes, cannes advertising festival, cannes lions, cannes you kick it, cannt, cannt be replaced, competition, copywriter, creative, creative team, creativity, education, graduate, opportunity, placement, students, ycc, young creative council
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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.
Find all the info and get your tickets over here.
Throw on some headphones, or sync up to the office speaker system and treat your colleagues to some sounds for May. This playlist evolves and grows during the course of the month and is created and curated by Ben Yabsley in NYC.
Published by: Paul in Playlists
Tags: aloka, anik khan, anna wise, ben yabsley, big sean, biig piig, body language, bootsy collins, camp lo, chuck inglish, conway the machine, dru down, exmag, frank ocean, frills, gang starr, katy perry, little dragon, phoenix, psychic mirrors, sean price, ycc, young creative council
It’s not very often you see a line-up for a talk and go FUCK - I HAVE TO BE THERE. But with this one that’s exactly how you immediately have to feel, unless you’re in the dark ages and don’t know who they are. Creative Social have seriously smashed it with the stellar selection of creative geniuses for you to be a super soaker sponge to learn from for the night.
This is probably my favourite part of the series. It’s about getting creative brain power in exchange for not much effort. Physical effort that is, you will need to think, but the fact you’re wandering through the YCC means you probably love this shit anyway, so it shouldn’t feel like too hard work. Get savvy from the comfort of your own bed. And just FYI, when I say creative I don’t just mean copywriters and art directors, I literally mean anyone who focusses on thinking differently, or uses art to solve problems, it could be anyone you admire.
Published by: Jess in Outside Of London
Tags: adam ferrier, cindy gallop, d&ad, dave trott, es devlin, future learn, good life project, its nice that, jess grogan, john hegarty, lecture in progress, nicer tuesdays, one minute briefs, outside of london, predatory thinking, sam pilling, the guardians token, the open university, ycc, young creative council
Question. Have you signed up yet? Because if you haven’t you seriously should. The lovely bunch over at It’s Nice That have launched a platform to fill you with BRAINSPIRATION. Finally, a site you can learn from that doesn’t look like it’s fresh out of the medieval windows 95 era. Check it all out.
This picture was a gift from my career changing placement.
The only time I've ever worked as part of a team was at university. I was an art director and did the pictures and my copywriter, Ross did the words. While this was a great creative team we split in 2011, graduated and went on our separate paths. (Embarrassing shots attached!)
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.
Whilst everyone’s banging on about the London ad scene, there’s a heap of top work being made outside the capital that doesn’t get shouted about enough. We already know London kills it! But some absolute shit hot brands owe their advertising success to, yep, agencies up north. If you don’t believe me check out Prolific North's Top 50 Agencies of 2016.
Here’s some examples you’ll probably recognise…