In 2006, we partner with MSN to find out the nation's Creative Hero.
To ensure that NOISE will always focus on your current needs and creative issues you are facing, we regularly survey our audience. In 2006, we partner up with MSN to help us reach a huge number of emerging creative with a couple of simple questions.
We want to find out who or what inspires you to be creative. MSN helpfully plasters our survey all over their instant messenger. The response is overwhelming. Over 5,000 16-25 year olds respond with a surprising result.
Wallace & Gromit top the NOISE poll as the most inspirational figures in the creative world. The animated duo beats the likes of the Arctic Monkeys, Pete Doherty, Kate Moss, Chris Martin, Keira Knightley and Damien Hirst - this is 2006 after all.
Who would be your Creative Hero now?
'This is great news. We have never made the Wallace & Gromit films for a specific audience, so it’s all extremely rewarding to all of us at Aardman that the film inspires this particular age group.'
Nick Park, Aardman Animations, Creator of Wallace & Gromit
- Daily Star, Metro, Scotsman
- Irish Examiner, Lancashire Evening Post
- Scottish Daily Record, Digital Spy
- ITV News online