The March issue of Creative Review is out on Wednesday 18 February and has features on Jan von Holleben, Self Help Graphics & Art, Harry Beck, Crispin Porter Bogusky and more...
Our Work section features This Is Real Art's website for charity Reprieve's anti music torture website, Airside's green identity for Greenpeace's Airplot! campaign to prevent a third runway at Heathrow airport, Marco Brambilla's collaborative installation with production company Crush that appears in the lift in New York's Standard Hotel and Frost* Design's art direction of Futu magazine
Features include a look at opinion-dividing advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky
LA's Self Help Graphics & Art provides a focus for Chicano culture, but its future is under threat...
Flying dogs and disappearing people: we profile German photographer Jan von Holleben
And we ask a selection of advertising folk what their predictions are for the big prizes at this year's slew of advertising awards, and also have a look at why Creative Circle awards are generating a buzz among the UK advertising fraternity at the moment...
It's out on Wednesday 18 February. Please excuse the iPhone photography
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At last, an issue that is meaty and will grab you by the balls (if you have them) and yank them until your eyes pop out. Clap hands!
yeyy! I'm doing a project on Harry Beck so must buy :D
For an iphone, not bad at all
Hello, i look like Boris Johnson
Would be interesting to understand how elves help graphics :)
Ditto...cover is super appealing with it's limited amount of color hues BUT much interactive type...nice-nice-nice. Someone help the "s" back up please.
I'm still waiting to get the Feb issue...sucks to be in the states on this one.
One of the best magazines. Pure joy to read! Too bad it's somewhat expensive for the international readers to subscribe.
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