Another way: Why grassroots shifts, data and creativity are creating a more diverse advertising industry – Little Black Book – LBBonline | Ad On Picture

Distinctive production of branded and promotional content has been a core part of Another’s value proposition since the company was founded in London in 2002. Co-founders Helen Parker and Tanja Adams have seen significant room for improvement in the traditional methods of sourcing and creating photography, film and social content Another Way to get things … Read more

Armory welcomes Italian director duo Bellone & Consonni | LBBOnline – Little Black Book – LBBonline | Ad On Picture

Matt Hichens, MD and EP of Armory, says, “Incredibly pleased to welcome these two beautiful people into our family.” Similarly, James Robinson, Armory’s Head of New Business, said: “Marco & Gio are an exceptionally talented duo who fill an important gap in our roster and will undoubtedly bring some incredibly impactful films to the UK … Read more

What Ted Cruz and Tucker Carlson Don’t Understand About War – The Atlantic | Ad On Picture

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his generals are not alone in believing that the more ruthless, hypermasculine, and knee-jerk brutal an army is, the better off it is on the battlefield. This view also has fans in the United States. Last year, Senator Ted Cruz shared a TikTok video that contrasted a Russian military recruitment … Read more

Sacred Modernism: An Examination of the Modernist Movement in Sacred Architecture of the Mid-Century – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Sacred Modernism: An Examination of the Modernist Movement in Sacred Architecture of the Mid-Century - ArchDaily

Sacred Modernism: An Examination of the Modernist Movement in Sacred Architecture of the Mid-Century Church of the Holy Cross, Vienna, Austria – Hannes Lintl – 1975. Image © Jamie McGregor Smith Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/984046/sacred-modernity-an-exploration-of-the-modernist-movement-in-mid-century-holy-architecture If one were to imagine a Catholic church, the first image that springs to mind … Read more

Tents: An Architectural Language – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Tents: An Architectural Language Concrete Tent / DAAR. Image © DAAR Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/979422/tents-an-architectural-language It is a ubiquitous architectural form. An architectural typology that spans centuries and borders, an integral part of all cultures. The tent. In its simplest form it is a shelter, with material draped over a … Read more

Form, function – freedom? Modern, Ocean Liners and Class – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Form, function - freedom?  Modern, Ocean Liners and Class - ArchDaily

Form, function – freedom? Modern, ocean liner and class De La Warr Pavilion. Image © David Dennis via Shutterstock Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/977399/form-function-freedom-modernism-ocean-liners-and-class The early 20thth The 19th century marked the birth of modernist architecture. It spawned a central architectural movement, which in turn spawned its own offshoots. A figure … Read more

Form, function – freedom? Modern, Ocean Liners and Class – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Form, function – freedom? Modern, ocean liner and class De La Warr Pavilion. Image © David Dennis via Shutterstock Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/977399/form-function-freedom-modernism-ocean-liners-and-class The early 20thth The 19th century marked the birth of modernist architecture. It spawned a central architectural movement, which in turn spawned its own offshoots. A figure … Read more

Orientalism and Architecture – ArchDaily | Ad On Picture

Orientalism and Architecture - ArchDaily

Orientalism and Architecture Royal Pavilion – Brighton. Image © Wikimedia user Next Adventure Photography under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/971794/orientalism-and-architecture We are twenty-one years in the twenty-first century. The world has never been so closely connected to the emergence of new technologies, yet … Read more