Today sees the start of our Music Loves Summer campaign for the Guardian and Observer. Over the next few months the Guardian are celebrating music with special guides, coverage of all the major festivals including groundbreaking digital features, classic rock photographs and a live version their New Band of the Day series. You can even win Glastonbury tickets.
Tomorrow there's an exclusive Lady Gaga interview – where she reveals why "pop culture is my religion".
We've worked with James Joyce to create a series of evocative graphic expressions of summer and music which we'll use in paper, digitally and at festivals throughout the summer. The first also being our badge for the series which is being used throughout the paper.
The Observer is giving away a free Book of Art
with the paper on Sunday, and for the ad, we thought there was no better
way to promote the freebie than to create some art from the book
itself. And then take some snaps of it.
One small production budget + 24 hours + bunch
of W+K talent +some glue, scissors and fingers = An array of lovely
One of them is being transferred into the ad
itself, but the others aren't going to waste - we're going to put them on
display in reception, and create our very own miniature art