Want to read intelligent, in-depth articles about design, get insight from leading creatives and go behind-the-scenes of real-world design projects? Computer Arts Collection is a six-part annual series of 200-page issues, available in both print and digital formats, dealing with the six core topics of graphic design, typography, illustration, branding, photography and advertising.
Part six of volume two, focusing on advertising, has just been released and is available to buy now in both print and digital formats.
- Bartle Bogle Hegarty (opens in new tab), the world-renowned creative agency, the team behind iconic campaigns for the likes of Audi, Axe and Levi’s, shares the creative process behind an innovative new project for British Airways. BBH has also recorded exclusive video diaries chronicling the entire process.
- An unmissable 20-page trend report looking at the latest movements to shape the advertising industry, produced exclusively by leading forecasting agency FranklinTill (opens in new tab).
- A look at the best advertising campaigns from the past 12 months, including McCann Melbourne’s record-breaking Dumb Ways to Die (opens in new tab).
- We interview David Droga, the Aussie ad man living and working in New York with his firm Droga5 (opens in new tab).
- Cake’s Thiago Maia (opens in new tab) shows us around his home city of Sao Paulo – a city where advertising is banned.
You can buy the print version here (opens in new tab), while the digital edition is available on the Apple Newsstand (opens in new tab) (US edition or UK edition) or Zinio (opens in new tab) (international).
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