An artist known for disappearing into the background has an exhibition at Galerie Paris-Beijing and appears at TED today. Liu Bolin’s work has also inspired a lot of… tributes…in the ad world.
Y&R’s Rick Liebling runs down the "House of Cards" effect and asks how you’re looking at the disruption that is (inevitably) coming to your industry.
Last weekend, Andy Samberg hosted the Independent Spirit Awards, where he was able to show this parody of such films to the very people who make them.
The industry veteran will be honored for his creative accomplishments with a 2013 CLIO Lifetime Achievement Award in May. Here, he talks with Co.Create about fighting for your ideas, how to handle clients who don’t appreciate good work, and putting creativity first.
The executive producer of Charlie Sheen’s FX sitcom talks about the show’s unusual 10/90 deal, the production plan he’s set up to produce 100 episodes in two years, and why he thinks the old network model is a waste of time.
With TED underway, what better time for a Ted case study: How Oscar host Seth MacFarlane’s alter ego Ted went from unknown plushie to social-media animal practically overnight.
An app created out of the University of Rochester sends users on urban journeys, helping them see the ecological connections of city life, and demonstrating that technology doesn’t always have to mean efficiency.