Some feedback lives with you forever, usually because it betrays zero understanding of the creative process. Well this marvellous bunch of creatives from Ireland have come up trumps with a series of A3 posters (in aid of charity) – they’ve been creative with appalling feedback. If you’ve ever been one of these clients,Continue reading “There is feedback and then …”
Youth 100: What 18-24 Year Olds think about Brands
What do YouTube, Amazon, Google, BBC, Ben & Jerry’s, Cadburys, Facebook, Pringles, Wikipedia and Channel 4 have in common?
Leadership & Change: Bias, Stereotypes and the Impact on Organisational Behaviour
Binna Kandola is Senior Partner and co-founder of Pearn Kandola. His areas of expertise are diversity and inclusion, equal opportunities, assessment and development. He is particularly interested in understanding bias and finding ways to reduce it through effective leadership. In the video and presentation below, Binna Kandola cogently explains how leaders need to examine issuesContinue reading “Leadership & Change: Bias, Stereotypes and the Impact on Organisational Behaviour”
Massive Attack [Teardrop, with Elizabeth Fraser]
Great dubstep reworking by Phutureprimitive of a superb song from Massive Attack and Elizabeth Fraser. … and then this by Vaeya which transports the song to Goa.
Why public transport wins
This GIF is inspirational in the simple way that it demonstrates why public transport is better for the environment, and also for us as human beings undertaking a daily commute.
London – I love thee …
This is the work of a genius mind, taking London underground station names and weaving them into something akin to the Lord’s Prayer.
PUPPETS, FEMINISM AND MUSIC …
The vocal is a sample from Blossom Dearie’s ‘It Amazes Me’ recorded in 1958. Reinterpreted here by Les Balayeurs du Desert it assumes a feminist stance, never more so that when seen with this amazing video. Think of the compromises women often make so as not to ‘offend’ (mostly) men, and the analogy with puppetryContinue reading “PUPPETS, FEMINISM AND MUSIC …”
Ben Okri: Lines in Potentis
I love words. I love words because they carry meaning.
Do you really know what you want?
I mean really. Do you really know what you want?
Under Milk Wood goes Reggae [Audio]
Under Dubwood take the words of Dylan Thomas spoken by Richard Burton and mixes them with the studio sounds of King Tubby. The result is a curiously displaced psychedelic skank, putting Llareggub somewhere just outside downtown Kingston, Jamaica. Love it!