I'm sorry I haven't done a review of the D&AD Annual like I have in previous years. It feels a bit late now you've all seen it haven't you? It's online anyway for members and non-members alike. Which is fantastic.
Now, some other D&AD news. They've started putting lectures online as podcasts, which is brilliant. Easy and accessible and the quality is good.
Lots of people leave comments on my review of the Ivan Chermayeff lecture saying they wish they could watch it. Well now you can.
Tony Davidson is up there as well, as is Irma Boom and Paul Davis. You can subscribe straight through iTunes (opens link in iTunes).
There's some good interviews with Kyle Cooper and Garrick Hamm on YouTube, all well worth watching.
The brilliant 45 years of pencils exhibition is now on Flickr.
Last but not least you can now enter the D&AD Awards. After all the fuss last year it's important that us graphic designers enter some bloody good work and that we win. There's only one way to win and that's to enter. So enter. They've made it cheaper this year too!