Posted by Eliza Williams, 28 April 2015, 10:52
A new book by photographer Chris Dorley-Brown provides a snapshot of a morning in Hackney in 1987, when the roads were gridlocked due to the privatisation of Rolls Royce in the city. The series shows drivers looking bored, irritated and occasionally mugging for the camera. CR talks to Dorley-Brown about the shots, and how Hackney has changed in the last three decades...
Posted by Rachael Steven, 27 April 2015, 13:00
PRN is a new magazine for nurses which aims to combine professional advice with original illustration and articles on art and health. We asked founders Anna Magnowska and Laura Quick about their plans for the title and why they wanted to launch "a beautiful read" for nurses.
Posted by Creative Review, 27 April 2015, 12:02
A brand that understands the value of design and creativity and that is prepared to take risks: Airbnb is our CR Annual Client of the Year
Posted by Creative Review, 27 April 2015, 11:29
With a breadth of work that feels truly representative of the industry's future and a ceaseless desire for reinvention, R/GA London is our choice for the CR Annual Creative Agency of the Year.
This week's advertising round-up has it all: an interactive ad, an Instagram ad, even a few TV spots. Kicking off proceedings though is this lovely, Captain Pugwash-esque poster campaign for the English National Opera's forthcoming Pirates of Penzance show, directed by Mike Leigh...
Posted by Antonia Wilson, 24 April 2015, 15:10
The winners of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards have been announced, with American photographer John Moore from Getty Images winning the L'Iris d'Or Photographer of the Year award, for his series depicting the Ebola crisis in Liberia.
Posted by Patrick Burgoyne, 24 April 2015, 13:50
It's long been an ambition of D&AD to make the judging process not only more open but also more of an industry event in its own right, a place for wider discussion about creativity and how it is applied. And a bit more fun too. This week, they pulled it off
Posted by Rachael Steven, 23 April 2015, 15:04
Graphic arts festival Pick Me Up opened at London's Somerset House last night, with talks, workshops, screenings and exhibitions taking place until May 4. Here's a look at some of our favourite work on show and what's on over the next few days...
Posted by Eliza Williams, 23 April 2015, 15:03
Director Chris Milk has become renowned for work that mixes cutting edge technology with old-fashioned, emotional storytelling. In this recent TED talk, he explains how virtual reality offers the opportunity for viewers to engage more deeply with other people's stories than ever before...
Posted by Creative Review, 23 April 2015, 10:03
It's our biggest issue of the year, featuring The Annual, our 100-page showcase of the year's best work, back-to-back with this month's edition of CR which takes Luxury as its theme
|Sagmeister & Walsh and the robbery that never was|
|How Fredrik Bond achieved an 'epic strut' for Moneysupermarket.com|
|See the other side to homelessness|
|Keeping the Anzac memory alive|
|The making of the CR Annual cover|