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Introducing the ‘Give Registry’: a collection of essential items for victims of domestic abuse

The charity sector is now extremely competitive, so it is increasingly necessary for organisations to come up with more imaginative ways to engage with the public than simply asking for money.

One brand, 50 logos: Music’s localised branding for five-a-side pitch provider Powerleague

Powerleague was founded in Paisley in 1987 and now runs football centres in the UK and in Amsterdam, offering five and seven-a-side pitches, classes, tournaments and children’s parties.

Tom Gauld’s Mooncop is about to land

Mooncop has a good job, a nice little house, but very little to actually do. He zooms around in his police-ship, buys coffee and doughnuts and logs into his computer system to work on some admin.

Richard Evans’ Goodwin Sands campaign highlights Dover dredging fears

The proposed dredging has become a hot local issue in Kent. As The Guardian reported in January, Dover Harbour Board is considering dredging for sand and gravel from an area around six miles out from Deal, to expand cargo facilities and build a marina at Dover port.

Vincent Morisset creates fun Olympic-themed interactive ad for Skol

Most of us will be guilty at some point in our lives of running down the street while singing the theme from Chariots of Fire.

Kristjana S Williams brings her cartographic art to Rio in time for the Olympics

Kristjana S Williams‘ latest work appears both inside and outside the famous Rio hotel. There are illustrated maps over the reception and concierge desks and a window exhibit depicting various host Olympic cities – including London, Athens and Rio and 2020’s host, Tokyo – which runs behind the hotel and can be viewed from Avenida Nossa Senhora.

Martin Firrell brings All Identity is Constructed project to UK billboards

The work, which gives voice to three different identities in a series of 90-second video works, presents the act of choosing one’s identity as a human right.

The Gentlewoman’s Penny Martin on evolving a magazine and making great covers

So you want to publish a magazine? is packed with advice for aspiring publishers. The book covers every aspect of launching a new title – from developing an initial concept to working with advertisers, printers and distributors – and each chapter contains case studies on successful magazines and interviews with industry experts.

Cate Blanchett delivers a star turn for Massive Attack

Appearing in a video for Massive Attack is a hot ticket these days, with Blanchett following Kate Moss and Rosamund Pike to take centre stage in the latest promo for the band, for track The Spoils, which features vocals from Mazzy Star’s Hope Sandoval.

Talentspotting 2016 in the wild

From the 11th to the 31st of July a 1000 JCDecaux digital screens across the country displayed art and design work of 11 fresh graduates, chosen by the Creative Review editorial team.

Mondo’s head of design Hugo Cornejo on designing a digital bank

In October last year, a survey by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority revealed that over half of banking customers in Britain had been with the same current account provider for ten years.

The athletes take over the ad in new Nike commercial

Last month Nike released an ad which showed various babies in their cribs. They didn’t know it yet, but the name labels on the cots – which included Neymar Jr, Serena Williams, and Lebron James – suggested that these babies were going to grow up to be very unusual adults, athletes at the top of their various fields.

Strangely familiar – the type of Stranger Things

Like most of us at studio Nelson Cash, you’ve probably heard about Netflix’s latest cult show Stranger Things from your best friend or work buddy.

Pes turns his magic on Honda’s trucks

We have become used to seeing charming films from Pes, but normally his skill operates on a small scale: the director is known for his skill in turning everyday objects such as socks or the change in our pockets into incredible, spellbinding characters (Rubik’s Cube spaghetti, anyone?

Gradwatch: Kate Sturney

CR: What lead you to study photography? KS: Photography is a great format of expressing emotion through visual materials.

New film documents first-ever Refugee Olympic Team and asks audiences to stand together #WithRefugees

The Refugee Olympic Team features ten athletes, chosen from a shortlist of 43 that were identified at refugee camps in Africa and Europe.

World Illustration Awards 2016 winners announced

The awards, presented by the Association of Illustrators in partnership with California’s Directory of Illustration and Somerset House, mark the 40th anniversary of the AOI’s annual celebration of the industry’s best work.

Restricted Areas – Danila Tkachenko’s photographs of Russian ruins

According to the Foundation, the wider season of exhibitions and events intends to focus “on utopian public space and the quest for new national identities across the post-Soviet world”.

Enough of the ‘blah blah blah’ says Adidas in new ad campaign

Last year saw Adidas take on the ‘haters’ on social media in a spot starring, amongst others, football’s favourite chomper Luis Suárez.

Dove calls out the media over sexism towards female athletes in latest campaign

The ad is the latest iteration of Dove’s #MyBeautyMySay campaign, where real women articulate their irritations about the narrow definitions of beauty in mainstream media.