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January 16, 2018

5 Ways for Creative Freelancers to Successfully Market Their Skills

You’re probably hearing buzzwords like content marketing more and more, as advertisers are turning away from standard marketing to get the word out about their products. But what does this have to do with you as a creative? In a word—everything. But the good news is, by virtue of what you do, you’re probably well ahead of traditional advertisers. So what is content marketing, exactly?

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January 16, 2018

Researchers Discover Dinosaur with Shimmering Rainbow Feathers Like a Hummingbird

Researchers have recently discovered an unusual dinosaur that appears to be a combination of a colorful hummingbird and a velociraptor. They named the 161-million-year-old dinosaur from the Jurassic age Caihong juji, which translates from Mandarin to “rainbow with the big crest.” The fossil of this fluffy dinosaur was discovered by a Chinese farmer in 2014, with researchers just publishing their findings in Nature.

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January 16, 2018

Hand-Knit Sweaters Designed with Specific Patterns for Urban Camouflage

Brighton-based photographer Joseph Ford collaborated with knitwear designer Nina Dodd (aka The Duke of Woollington) to create a photo series of camouflage clothing that captures the wearers seamlessly merging with their surrounding urban environments. Describing his work as “storytelling with a side order of off-beat creativity,” Ford’s clever, trick-of-the-eye photo collection titled Knitted Camouflage shows models wearing Dodd’s colorful, patterned sweaters against matching backgrounds, creating the illusion of disappearing torsos.

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January 15, 2018

Hasselblad Announces 2018 “Masters” of Its Iconic Photography Competition

One of the world's most prestigious photography competitions has announced the winners of its 2018 contest. The biannual Hasselblad Masters Awards selects the top photographers across 11 diverse categories. Each category winner is deemed a “Hasselblad Master” and becomes a brand ambassador for the Swedish firm. Past winners include acclaimed photographers like Anton Corbijn and Lois Greenfield, and with over 30,000 photographs submitted for the contest, the competition level was at an all-time high.

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