Guest edited by US+US creative associate copywriter Rhiannon Crane (above), the twenty-third issue of Gabberish, Guilt is out today.
This issue explores Guilt, and features honest thoughts from eleven creatives from diverse backgrounds: Jim Ritchie founder of US+US, Rob Beamish founder of Rouser, Emma Edwards of the Broke Generation, creative team Ben Horewood and Michelle Canning, creative/write/activist/mama Mareka Stake, Ogilvy art director Alyana Kunitake, Xero copywriter Max Bengtsson, art director Lydia Burrows, motion designer Jerry Scott, and creative Elsa Caruso.
The contributors explore the many facets and drivers of guilt, in the advertising and creative industries through appropriately creative mediums including apology letters, interviews and personal reflections.
This issue builds on Gabberish’s platform of guest curation which explores industry issues from diverse and provocative perspectives.
Says Gabberish founder and US+US creative director Siobhan Fitzgerald: “That guilty feeling combines anxiety with fear of failure. And as we all struggle to look after our mental health in the middle of a pandemic, it’s important that we try to let go of guilt. But first, let’s talk about it. Thanks to Rhiannon, Jim, and all the contributors for their honest reflections on this important issue.”
Says Crane: “For a myriad of personal and unpredictable reasons this issue is late. So it is with a great deal of you know what, that I present you with the Gabber of guilt.”
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