"Not one person looked at this concept and was able to see what was wrong with the imagery?"
It's now a matter of course that when we shoot imagery and put it online we alter the reality of the images we share. Instagram's
According to a recent survey by Sport England, a third of women still worry about what people think of their appearance and ability when they exercise. At a time where we're seeing women as world leaders, this is a worrying statistic.
This shows the increasing need that marketing and design professionals have to represent today's technologically driven world. We all know what smartphones look like, but how do you represent concepts such as AI and blockchain? This is clearly something people want to know
As we enter 2017, now is the perfect time to make sense of how the images we consume on a daily basis are evolving. It's always fascinating to plot the direction of change and predict which visual trends we'll be seeing this year in everything from the films we'll watch at the cinema to the adverts we'll see in print.
Technology has extended the human experience past the limits of biology and physiology. VR gives the viewer an immersive experience; it lets you be in the place rather than a passive viewer looking through a 2D window. In today's world of hyper-connectivity, our sense of space and our desire for meaningful experiences has undergone a revolution.
The naked body. Our instinct is to bloody love 'em. Looking at one, touching one, being wrapped up in and by one. Mm. Damn
Last week we brought you the glossy new Versace for H&M look book, but we've just got our hands on all the imagery from the