Fields of Dreams Symposium. RCA. Carl Jones participates as a Research Panel member discussing his latest MPhil/Phd research into 'Transitioning Advertising' as part of the School of Communication, in the BBC Media Village,The Westworks in White City Place. London. Oct 30. 10am to 5pm. tickets at Eventbrite . Event page.
Dia de los Muertos advertisment -Creative Directed by CWJ- is selected to be in one of the top 3 art collections in Latin America.
A 1996 Alka Seltzer bus poster has been selected to be included in the 'Colección Centro Cultural Arte Contemporáneo - Artes plásticas' of Televisa. Carl was the Art Director and Creative Director of the 1996 campaign. He worked with an excellent group of people: César Caballero / Victor Moreno / Gonzalo Muñoz / Mauricio S. and Manuel Ruiz.
Carl W. Jones would like to thank NZME Radio in New Zealand. for asking him to be a judge in this challenging category #RADIO #ADVERTISING
Carl's masters thesis has just been published in Germany by the respected academic company Springer. Available on Amazon & Google books.
Click here for the link, or search for it on Amazon or Google Books
#visualActivism research using Advertising Tools & techniques was presented by Carl W. Jones at the Researcher Network in London June 20th #universityOfWestminster #pradv #elcrayolas
June 18 Carl Jones spoke to A-level students about careers in advertising through the charity Speakers4schools,
Carl presented his ‘research through art’ paper at Semiosis in Communication conference Bulgaria, Romania June 14-16. #semiotics #elcrayolas #Bucharest #rca#advertisingToolsTechniques
More info on the conference click here , Carl is also a member of CREAM: The research network at the University of Westminster.
LONDON U.K. May 14 2018. Junk food advertising could be banned across the entire Transport for London (TfL) network, City Hall has announced.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, says he wants to tackle the "ticking time bomb" of child obesity in the capital.
If the proposal is approved, adverts for "unhealthy food and drink" will be banned on the London Underground, Overground, buses and bus shelters.
The scheme is backed by child health experts but the Advertising Association said it would have "little impact".
Carl Jones is asked by SMOKE RADIO in London his opinion on the effectiveness of this campaign .