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Job satisfaction, happiness and work-life balance for creatives is lower than national average

Explore revealing insights from If You Could Jobs on job satisfaction in the creative industries, and the weekly round-up of new opportunities.

Acast campaign turns major podcasts’ first words into disappearing type

Revisiting the humble beginnings of podcasts from James Acaster, Adam Buxton, and more, Weirdo agency encourages new voices to enter the game.

Thalía Gochez empowers her community through the bold styling of her photographic portraits

The LA-based photographer discusses how her background in fashion informs the way she tells stories through her practice.

An unusually meaty identity for plant-based food brand La Vie

The agency Everland and illustrator Egle Zvirblyte have opted to eschew the “ocean of sameness” found in plant-based meat packaging for this cheeky new identity.

János Hunor Vári uses receipts, rulers and nail polish remover to create experimental typefaces

The Budapest-based designer will use anything he can get his hands on when it comes to creating bold and unusual fonts.

Jamiroquai’s Virtual Insanity remade for Junya Watanabe’s latest menswear collection

Director Masashi Muto filmed Junya Watanabe’s latest runway presentation, channelling the iconic music video of collection collaborator Jay Kay.

Can we ditch discrete period branding? Halia says yes with “loud” identity

Designer Katrina Romulo goes bold for period brand Halia, sidestepping the “secretive aspect” of menstruation products.

Carolina Moscoso hopes you’ll find the “weirdness” in her architecturally inspired drawings

Inspired by her past life as an architect, the New York-based illustrator draws everyday objects and interiors – only everything’s a little off.

The Egyptian Cassette Archive documents thousands of tape cover artworks from the 1960s – 2000s

Curator Amr Hamid discusses how his rare archive of cassette covers traces the evolution of Egyptian design, and preserves it.

Inspired by afrofuturism and abstracted reality, Lucie Rox’s photography takes us to new dimensions

Through her wonderfully surreal and otherworldly images, the London-based photographer wants to produce a more diverse and multi-faceted depiction of Black womanhood.

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