#The50 Things Every Creative Should Know →
designcloud: This website is definitely worth checking out. I, myself, as a creative find all of these points very good advice and should be acknowledged and followed by any creative person who wants to succeed. Also, each piece of advice has been written within 140 characters and features a consistent hash-tag, making them easy to share across Twitter!
Five Seriously Racist Advertisements | History... →
Continuing with our discussion on stereotyping and framing, here’s some other interesting advertisements through the years to make you think about how and why stereotypes exist (and how they are even ignored, as in the Intel ad below). The Ponds ads are great, in the way of the old serial “Taster’s Choice” coffee ads (told a soap opera-style story over a series of ads), but...
Breaking Bread Everywhere, Plentifully or... →
This is one of the best articles where you can see the photos from the “What I Eat” book. Although these don’t break down the photos in detail, you can see the items pretty clearly, and there’s good summary info given.
Around the World in 80 Diets →
Here is the site for the book and photographer I told you about, where he does a visual representation of the daily diets of people around the world. If you go to the “Feature Stories” link at the top, you will find articles where you can actually read some of the stories and see the photos in detail. There is also a link to his book on people’s possessions around the world like...
Men Photographed in Stereotypical Pin-Up Poses →