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The times they are a-changing.

American Gods has gone from book to TV. The challenge of advertising such an icon is being won by the network.


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Anatomy of an advert.

My favourite ad is one for Baileys, the alcoholic cream liquor. It’s a TV advert which ran at Christmas a few years ago.


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Real People, Lego Batman.

Teaming up with The Lego Batman Movie; Chevrolet have produced a great parody of their ‘Real People, Not Actors’ campaign ads.


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London Design Festival 2016.

Some of the highlights from this year's festival...


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Stranger Things never felt so familiar.

Excitement levels reached new highs with confirmation that Stranger Things season two is due next year.


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Cannes Lions: Make a statement. Start a movement.

Now the dust has settled on one of the most acclaimed festivals in the international design calendar, I take a look at the some of the stand-out entries from Cannes Lions 2016.


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The Tate Modern Project.

In contrast to the glass-panelled towers that typically adorn the riverbank, Tate Modern held the grand opening of its new twisted pyramid extension; The Switch House this month.


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This ain’t no fad.

"Continuing a career that includes viral videos... OK GO continue to fearlessly dream and build new worlds in a time when creative boundaries have all but dissolved."


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Johnny’s digital adventure in Disneyland.

As the release draws closer, Disney ramp-up the promotion for 'Through The Looking Glass'.


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The Guardian’s bold new print campaign.

The Guardian’s 'unapologetic' print campaign by BBH proclaims the newspaper’s independence in bold, uncompromising fashion.


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The colour in anything.

James Blake commissions a well-known children's illustrator to create the cover art for his third album.


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Smile, you’re on a city bike.

This fun and unashamedly simple identity for Oslo City Bikes promises to turn your frown upside down.


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