Creative Review 2013
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The money issue, miniature carved portraits, roses in suspended animation, Neville Brody's plans for the RCA, Mirko Borsche, the cover designs of Anarchy magazine, and special in-depth features on fees, pay and running a studio
The 'big Ken Garland interview' issue
London Underground 150 special issue. The evolution of the world-famous roundel, the Underground's own instantly recognisable typeface, its long tradition of great posters, platform art, maps, merchandise and more
Animators to watch, design for hospitals, John Hanna, viral ads
The Annual, Morag Myerscough, Part of A Bigger Plan, Human After All
The special effects issue including an exclusive look at the Hipgnosis archive with Aubrey Powell
The type special, with features on the Hamilton Wood Type Museum, the new Whitney identity and the resurgence of type-only design. Plus the Logo Lounge Trend Report, how Ideas Foundation is encouraging diversity in advertising and more.
The summer school issue, with details on workshops, short courses and a host of ideas to reinvigorate the creative mind
The Graduates Issue. This month we pick and profile eight grads to watch for 2013. Also in this issue, AGI opens up to younger members as the Open conference comes to London; we profile the design industry's favourite copywriter Nick Asbury; and how the evolution of the Radio Times reflects the changing nature of the magazine industry.
This month's issue features the art of Massive Attack, with an exclusive interview with artist and co-founder of the band Robert '3D' Del Naja and unseen material from the Massive Attack archive. Designer Rick Banks explores the world of football typography in a new book; we ask what effect big data is having on creativity; and Robert Opie is on a one-man quest to collect our throwaway culture. And more ...
As Virgin Records turns 40, we interview two of their key creative collaborators; Levi's takes art coast to coast across the US; Bletchley Park's new graphic identity; and one man's story of love, fatherhood and how graphic design can get you arrested in modern America. And more ...