Meg Carter is a UK-based freelance journalist who has written widely on all aspects of branding, media, marketing & creativity for The Independent, Financial Times and Guardian newspapers as well as New Media Age magazine and Wired UK.
- Anatomy Of A Cannes Contender: How A Poster Was Made Into A Cancer-Detection Tool
- A Shadow Sculpture Sheds Light On Childhood Horrors In Ramadan PSA
- Land Rover Creates An Interactive Instagram Adventure
- This New VR Film Provides A Grim, 360-Degree View Of The Life Of A Child Slave
- New Hotel Concept Zoku Promises Socially Focused, Customizable Spaces For "Global Nomads"
- How A Bookmaker Used Data To Create The First Real-Time, Virtual Reality Horse Race
- Mutilated Flags Serve As A Graphic Reminder That The Atrocity Of FGM Happens Everywhere
- One Size Doesn't Fit All: The Making Of A Next-Generation Sex Toy
- The Story Behind The Most Viral 3-D Tattoo Ever
- In This "Explicit Remake" Of "The Aviator," Howard Hughes Is Obsessed With Denim, Not Planes
- Each Of These Radioactive Vases Is Made From The Toxic Sludge Byproduct Of Your Phone, Computer, Car
- This Street Corner Campaign Shows Two Sides To Homelessness
- Taste Tests Are More Fun Stoned, As Demonstrated In This Dutch Coffee Ad
- How Film Students Turned A Heartbreaking Family Issue Into A Life-Sized Oscar-Nominated Animation
- This Digital Anti-Abuse Poster Changes Its Message The Longer You Look At It