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This Is How The Military Is Getting Ready For The Inauguration

With the inauguration just a couple of days away, there are plenty of steps that must be taken to ensure the safety of everyone attending.

The 45 Most Creative Infographics Of 2016

With nearly a decade in the infographics game, our parent company, Column Five, has seen the good, the bad, and the straight-up cringeworthy.

These Awesome Protest Signs Help Activists Confront Police

Inspired by the legend of Archimedes’s defense against the Roman siege using giant mirrors, designer Nikolas Bentel created mirrored protest signs to help activists battling the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Popular Films Get Broken Down Into Color Palettes

Creating the perfect color palette is a great way to establish harmony for any piece you’re working on.

Learn How To Cook With These Illustrated Recipes

If you love to cook, then you’ll love these illustrations. Drawing Recipes, a book created by Italian illustrator and comics artist Chiara Di Francia, explains how to cook your favorite foods through drawings.

This Charming Ad Is Actually Delivering A Powerful Message

Upon first watching this ad, you’d think it was about a budding romance, but there’s actually a message hidden among the happy teens.

These Revealing Maps Show What NYC Is Actually Made Of

Nonstop Metropolis, the latest book by author and activist Rebecca Solnit and geographer Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, dives into the history, culture, diversity, and framework of New York to see what the city is really made of.

This Is What Going Blind Is Like

One of the most notable films that premiered at this summer’s Sundance Film Festival was Notes on Blindness.

Take A Look Back At The Year In Color

2016 was a pretty crazy year. From self-lacing sneakers and self-driving cars to Trump’s election as our next commander in chief and legalization of recreational marijuana in California and other states, a lot has happened in the United States and the world over.

This Is What Snapchat Would Look Like In The 50s

If you’ve ever used Snapchat, you know just how addicting it can be. Even though the popular app has only been around for a few years, that hasn’t stopped it from becoming one of the most used social sharing tools today.

A Step-By-Step Guide To Creating A Powerful Brand Identity

A brand identity is more than a logo. It’s more than brand style guide. It’s an essential way to differentiate yourself from your competition.

These Ikea Products Will Solve All Your Problems

The latest ad series for Ikea by Swedish agency Åkestam Holst is here to solve your relationship problems.

All The Maps You Have Ever Seen Are Wrong

Maps have been around for centuries. The first maps date as far back as 25,000 B.C. when landscapes and routes were just painting and carvings on cave walls.

The Easy Guide To Writing A Great Explainer Video Script

Explainer videos are fantastic communication tools for brands—if they tell the right story. (To find out if you have a good explainer story, read this.) That’s why an explainer video script is so important.

Create Weird Digital Rubbings With This Fascinating New App

The Shrub app is not your ordinary app. It actually wants you to engage with the world around you, not just with what’s on your screen.

Learn More About The Devastating Heroin Epidemic

Heroin’s rising death toll across the United States shows just how far this deadly drug reaches. In the past, the street drug was found mostly in major inner cities, but in recent years, the heroin epidemic has spread throughout suburbs across the U.S.

This Is How Microsoft Made “The Art Of Harmony”

In an effort to generate a sense of unity and understanding, Microsoft recently released “The Art of Harmony,” an art project created by real people from diverse cultural backgrounds and roles.

This Company Used Facebook Live In The Best Way Possible

Using Facebook to advertise isn’t new, but Reyka Vodka has found a new way to push the marketing capabilities on the social media site one step further.

8 Design Mistakes That Ruin Your Content (And Easy Fixes)

Visual content is a crucial element in your content marketing. Whether it’s a one-off piece for social media or your latest company e-book, presentation is just as important as the content itself.

These Photos Reveal The Truth About Hidden Poverty

This holiday season, the Salvation Army in Canada worked with advertising agency Grey to create a campaign that would help people to better understand the realities of poverty.