If you are, or have been a collector of things, then you will definitely be aware of the impact your treasured items have on your life, your living space, your wallet and your relationships!
Village Underground have just launched a Kickstarter project to raise some money to launch ‘London’s most public gallery’
Basically turning their walls on Great Eastern Street into permanent gallery.
Take a look at the video to see how it works!
We fully agree that this would and will be a fantastic project – good luck guys!
Pledge at the Kickstarter page here
A couple of weeks ago our office became the backdrop for a little film about a creative pigeon. Enjoy this entertaining spoof on creative pigeonholing, produced by recruitment agency We Pick Cherries, who is ”questioning how hiring choices can sometimes be made in advertising. Like Mark Twain said: “Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand”. We’re questioning industry norms that perhaps need a little shake up here or there and having some fun too.”
Directed by Bob Pipe & Miriam Elia
Written by Miriam Elia & Ezra Elia
Filmed & Edited by Bob Pipe
Produced by Amy Hart for We Pick Cherries
In an economy such as ours, life for any graduate is hard. But for someone hoping to make it as a creative it’s probably the hardest. At any one time there’s rumoured to be over 300 young teams pounding the streets, portfolio in hand, hoping to impress a creative director, and if they’re lucky, they nab a placement which doesn’t necessarily mean a job! The unfortunate situation is that with such serious competition many teams get exploited for their talent and it’s often not the most creative teams that get work but those who can last the longest on unpaid placements*.