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Apple doubles down on its data privacy offering in new ad

Apple is continuing to push its ‘tracking transparency tool’, which allows users to easily opt out of their data being shared on apps (or in, if they so choose). Previous ads in the series have seen Apple highlight the ‘invisible’ issue of data tracking by showing how it would feel if it was taking place in real life, rather than more illicitly in digital...

Google Pixel ad sees unwanted elements from photos cast into the abyss

The new spot from Google, by Anyways Creative, opens as a neat product demo for its ‘magic eraser’ tool. We watch as a snapper removes a runner from the background of her photo to make it look neater. Things then take a fun turn as the said jogger finds herself in a magical land filled with other objects, cars, street signs and lampposts that have been...

Exposure: Paul Guilmoth

Paul Guilmoth's photography draws on their work as a carer for the elderly, but instead of producing documentary images, Guilmoth sees their work as an escape and an opportunity to build new worlds

London exhibition mines ephemera from Jarvis Cocker’s past

Titled Good Pop, Bad Pop – The Exhibition, Cocker’s London show is tied into the release of his new memoir, which is focused on his childhood and youth in Sheffield and the early years of Pulp. While the band is synonymous with 1990s Britpop, it was actually formed in 1978 and the time period of the book comes to a close in 1986, before the band experienced...

Rumi Hara’s surrealist tales of sisterhood, hitchhiking and orgies

Born in Japan and now living in Queens, New York, illustrator and cartoonist Rumi Hara’s practice spans commercial projects; zines; single-panel large-scale comics and graphic novels. Her first comic book, Nori, came out in 2020 through renowned Canadian cartoonist publisher Drawn & Quarterly, and tells the story of a little girl growing up in 1980s...

Dn&co’s new branding for ARC emphasises its role in science

ARC is a real estate partner geared towards organisations and institutions specialising in science and innovation. These companies are brought together in place-based groups, or Advanced Research Clusters, positioned in and around cities like London and Oxford. “When you think about business parks, what comes to mind are places at the edge of town,...

BBC celebrates summer of women’s sport in new ad

Titled We Know Our Place, the campaign has echoes of Always’ seminal girl-power ad Like A Girl in its subversion of a phrase that has typically been used to hold women back. In the BBC ad, the expression aims to be celebratory rather than limiting, and to demonstrate the growing significance of UK women’s sport, across a wide range of fields. It is...

Are copyright battles destroying creativity?

In an industry where people are often badly paid, it's important to protect the ownership of creative work and ideas. But is this leading to a litigious culture that will ultimately suppress creativity? Richard Holman examines both sides of the question

A day in the life view of 1970s Stourbridge

John Myers was born in Bradford and studied in Newcastle, but it was in his eventual West Midlands home that he established his photography practice. The area is the subject of his recent string of books published by RBB – The Portraits, The End of Industry, and Looking at the Overlooked – which are set in the vicinity of his home in Stourbridge during...

Aysha Tengiz uses colour and whimsy to reflect on the human experience

Like most children, London-based artist Aysha Tengiz grew up on picture books. Most say goodbye to them in childhood, but her love of these illustrated stories remained well into her adult years. The influence is clear to see in her kaleidoscopic palettes, her use of block shapes and loud patterns, and the cast of unique, cartoonish characters she conjures...

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