Divided into three sections, Power, Protest and Personality, the exhibition demonstrates how each of these 3Ps has been abused, expressed and utilised by the political establishment, the media and grassroots movements through a vivid mix of posters, social media posts, video and much more.
From the hilarious Donald Trump-themed fortune teller machine to the sobering infographics depicting the trajectory of social media’s influence, or the right-wing memes that have gone viral, this exhibition is full of content that anyone living through the last decade can enjoy and relate to.
We really loved Hope to Nope, not only is it visually stimulating, it’s full of interesting facts about the last ten years and is a moving trip down memory lane! Make sure you see it! It’s on until 12th August.
Inspired by our #CreativityWins campaign, this month's roundup of experiences we love includes Selfridges' new Project Earth initiative, Burberry's innovative social retail store, and an Italian-inspired jewellery and restaur...
By facing up to some hard industry truths and focussing on uncovering and communicating authentic USPs to audiences, we believe beauty brands will be able to connect in deeper, more meaningful ways.