Twitter Facebook Vimeo

Mathematics For Men

33 sec read
14:15 PM | 2 May 2013
by Jim Compton-hall
   •       •    Read later
Want your writing featured?

I can only apologise for not posting this work earlier. I saw it a while ago and, well, it's pretty awesome. It was almost the only piece that stood out to me amongst a large group of young creatives showing off their work (and the only piece that stood out for good reasons).

Created by Esther Robinson and Suzie Moloney, Mathematics for Men is, in their words:

"A tongue in cheek Revision guide based on Susan Fiske's findings that men best retain information about scantly clad woman"

Have you created anything cool that you'd like us to feature? Drop us a link or simply comment below.

More stories

  1. The evolution of creativity

    Dipika Rangasami explores the meaning behind being creative and how the term previously reserved for specialist creators is todays hottest word in every industry.

  2. We’ve all been there

    Beatrice Withers Green explains why it's okay to not know what career you will have after graduating from university.

  3. We live in difficult times

    Tony Cullingham explains that in these competitive times if you want to land a job in creative advertising, you and your portfolio need to shine through.

  4. Where to find ideas

    Ricky Richards talks about coming up with ideas in this age of distraction and gives you the clues to finding those unique ideas.

  5. The career path that has no path

    Creative Director, Jeremy Garner, explores the exciting opportunity surrounding careers in the ever changing creative industries.

  6. Google ReMind

    The rate of people being diagnosed with alzheimer’s is growing rapidly, with now 1 in 3 seniors dying of this incurable disease. Students from Miami Ad School has an idea to raise awareness.