Our September 2016 issue explores new skills, techniques and approaches to keep creative juices flowing
Design writer Angharad Lewis’ new book So you want to publish a magazine? offers an in-depth guide to launching a new publication. In this extract, Lewis talks to Marc Robbemond, a buyer at Amsterdam magazine store Athenaeum Nieuwscentrum
Let’s face it, perfume ads are most of the time pretty darn dull/pretentious/ridiculous or all of the above. Which is what makes this new spot for Kenzo from Spike Jonze such a joy.
For some people art is what you have on your wall at home or see when you visit a museum. What many are unaware of is how museums, artist estates and collections use licensing to fund and preserve history.
New releases, interviews and analysis from the world of type
Advice for anyone starting out in the creative industry
All CR’s social media coverage on one handy, shareable page
Reviews, opinion and the best new work in imagemaking
The best work, how it was made, who made it and why
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After every awards season, the same arguments for and against resurface. Jamshid Alamuti of the Berlin School of Creative Leadership suggests that the fashion industry’s example might help us better understand their role
Plumen’s Nicolas Roope has some advice for anyone thinking of starting up on their own
The grand prize for the Bridgeman Studio Award 2016 – a £1,000 book cover commission for HarperCollins – goes to Bucharest-based illustrator Aitch
Islands and Bridges is a set of six stamps featuring Dean’s album covers for the likes of Yes and Uriah Heep plus original work in his trademark style
When service designer Richard Warmsley volunteered to help his local Remain campaign in St Albans, he thought he would be part of a well-oiled political machine. The truth was somewhat different. This is his inside account of working on the EU referendum campaign and why he is continuing the fight today