Here’s what’s been happening in the world of marketing, advertising, design and digital over the last week.
- A life in her work: Pentagram's Paula Scher on ideas, invention, and learning.
- Kotahitanga - United Through Creativity - is a collection of art calling on Aotearoa to flatten the curve on racism.
- Coca-Cola ends ad spend hiatus with a campaign calling for a ‘better normal’.
- Adobe Live launches a new monthly series of D&AD Festival inspiration sessions for creative professionals.
- Behind the Yellow Pencil Campaign: Moldy Whopper - the five-year journey to capture 35 days in the life of the Burger King Whopper.
- The great 2020 election hoardings design review, by Toby Morris.
- Can “visceral” graphic design bring the plastic crisis to life?
- Domino’s free pizza for ‘Karens’ stunt backfires.
- Designers of colour share their experiences of the creative industry – and their plans to change it.
- The Wintec School of Media Arts’ Ramp Festival event has adapted an alternative format this year - Ramp Connect Podcasts - conversations with leading creatives from the fields of music, media, arts, and design; globally and from right here in New Zealand.
- Nike have just released this great ad - another brave brand move.
- Bias behaviour: how marketers can navigate the ‘messy middle’.
- BJ Ball Packaging is now online with their own dedicated website, where you can view their entire range of packaging stocks.
- Shout out to Amy, a graphic designer who used to work for RUN - she’s produced her own amazing range of bandanas, hand-printed from hand-cut lino blocks. Nice one Amy!
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