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JUN 16 - 01

EXHIBITION

Olivia Steele – Faux Real @ Circle Culture Gallery

Olivia Steele (*1985 Nashville, Tennessee) is internationally known for her neon installations. In her third solo exhibition with Circle Culture, she installs handwritings in neon gas filled glass in contrast with other mediums like painting, photography and found objects. Doing so, she creates short stories with theses objects which evoke thoughts of the beholder. Berlin based radio channel radioeins recently visited the exhibition. You can find the report here: http://www.radioeins.de/programm/sendungen/der_schoene_morgen/art_aber_fair/olivia-steele-_-faux-real.html Don’t miss your chance to see the exhibition in real at Circle Culture Gallery in Potsdamer Straße 68, Berlin. Faux real by Olivia Steele will be open until September 3. The owners of Cc run the Circle Culture Gallery. Culture, a sense for aesthetics and intellectual visions are in the DNA of our consulting services.
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MAY 16 - 01

EMBRACING FAILURE

Dutch advertising icon Erik Kessels releases book on the art of making mistakes

Erik Kessels, co-founder and creative director of KesselsKramer, an independent communications agency in Amsterdam, London and Los Angeles, has been celebrated for his humorous and provocative work for Diesel and Hans Brinker, „the world´s worst hotel“. In his new book „Failed It!“ Kessels explains the creative value of imperfection and shows how mistakes can be turned into fresh ideas that are both entertaining and strategic. Cc met Erik Kessels at the Forward Festival in Munich for an interview. Link: www.kesselskramer.com Video: www.vimeo.com/161453044
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MAY 16 - 02

UBER´S BRAND MAKEOVER

Uber introduces new brand identity

Plagued by multiple PR disasters (worldwide anti-Uber protests, surge pricing, journalist surveillance) transportation company Uber has changed its visual identity. The dark, cold and slighty aggressive appearance of the past was abandonded and a new lighter, more open look was introduced. The goal is to show that UBER is in fact not a luxury brand but „a transportation network that is woven into the fabric of cities“. Cc analyzed UBER´s brand makeover for a life science client. Wired has the story behind UBER´s redesign: www.wired.com/2016/02/the-inside-story-behind-ubers-colorful-redesign
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APR 16 - 02

ADIDAS NEW SPEED FACTORY 

Adidas opens robot-filled shoe factory to supercharge production

Today, fashion and apparel consumers want more - more customization and individuality in shorter time. Adidas has now introduced a „Speed Factory“ that will increase production cycles with the help of robots. The facility will begin large-scale production in 2017 and is - according to the company - meant „to compliment, not replace, Adidas´ more than 1.100 existing manufacturers.“ It is, however, only a question of time that new sophisticated production technologies will replace clothing and shoe manufacturers in Asia. Cc works with many well known fashion clients, e.g. H&M, Converse and Chanel. Learn more about the Speed Factory: http://fastcocreate.com/3054380/the-adidas-speed-factory-aims-to-bring-local-customization-to-manufacturing