Ever wondered what fills the world’s most creative minds?
Feed your inspiration with our regular columns.
Top of the list for UNIT's creative director of colour is eating a seafood platter while wearing a pair of Happy Socks.
The Creative Chairman of Grey London, Adrian Rossi, admires a certain Italian art director, a particular Korean film and a legendary American boxer as he reveals some of his creative inspirations.
The Saatchi & Saatchi NY creative director makes room in his suitcase for ice-breaking T-shirts, holiday reading and a portable phone charger for sharing and caring.
What's the Chief Creative Officer of VMLY&R EMEA (and this year's jury president of the Brand Experience and Activation Lions) slinging in his suitcase ahead of a trip to the sweltering south of France? Well, a woolly jumper for starters...
Mexican director Julio Carlos on the freedom of fashion brands' creativity, the impossibility of choosing a favourite film, and why grooming counts...
The Outsider signing chats to us about living with a brewer, Chinese TinTin and the magnum opus that is Cool Runnings.
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Having attended D&AD as part of Sweetshop and R-LDN's Rare Access initiative, the Ogilvy creative and founder of Ogilvy Roots offers her take on a first-time festival experience.
We chat to the MindsEye Director Dugan O'Neal about great music promos new and old, his love for Tame Impala and his obsession with instagram.
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Louis Ansa is the Creative Director of Interactive production company, makemepulse.
The South African born New York dwelling Skunk director, Brent Harris, gets chills from de Thurah, can't function without coffee and thinks that 'the need for speed' can limit creativity.
The ECD of Proximity Worldwide London admires some uncommon work for TV, is easily pushed into buying kicks and regrets the generalisation of the industry.