The Typography Diaries

The Typography Diaries

By Paul Stedman –    IT’S A STORY OF DECEIT, INTRIGUE AND HIGH-LEVEL SHENANIGANS… I blame Bill Gates. Someone has to be responsible. Throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, Helvetica was one of the most popular typefaces around – it had the...
The AutoDesk Smoke Confessions

The AutoDesk Smoke Confessions

By Craig Reeves – WHY DO WE SMOKE? Introducing the Autodesk Smoke. In the world of visualFX, online editing, motion design and what I playfully refer to as ‘colouring in’, the Smoke is an all in one TV post production ‘know it all’ tool… and just like smoking a...
My Unique Definition of Street Photography

My Unique Definition of Street Photography

By Oybek Boltayev –  Central Asia, late 80s. This was an environment of uncertainty and fear of future as the region was gradually declared independent of the USSR. One would think being released after almost 70 years of repression and unprecedented control...
The Diversification of the Project Manager

The Diversification of the Project Manager

By Andy Perry How has technology affected my role in advertising? I thought about this question and thought how the role of a Project Manager has diversified over the last ten years. Nothing stays the same over time, but the fierce rate of change and subsequently...
The Power of Outdoor Advertising

The Power of Outdoor Advertising

By John Stuart The arrival of the PC on the Beara Peninsular, the struggles of a picture researcher before Google, and finally, Do Americans know what Artichokes look like? This musing will not give you any insight into technology, as the series proposes. However,...