CR January 11 issue: Ones to Watch

Belgian illustrator Gwénola Carrère designed the cover of our January 2011 issue: she also features inside as one of our Ones to Watch for the coming year

Belgian illustrator Gwénola Carrère designed the cover of our January 2011 issue: she also features inside as one of our Ones to Watch for the coming year

We’ve given the January issue over to six talented creative types who we believe are ready to make their mark in the next 12 months.

From Brussels, we have the aforementioned Gwénola

 

Plus, photographer Laura Pannack, who first came to our attention last year when CR editor Patrick Burgoyne helped choose the LPA Futures winners, and who has already gone on to pick up some major awards including a World Press Photo prize

 

From Canada, by way of France, we have Caroline Robert – another designer to benefit from the patronage of Arcade Fire

 

And from Manchester, though now based in Sweden, we have illustrator, animator, agent, photographer and writer Chris Gray

 

And from New York, we have director Paul Kamuf

 

Joined by, from London, interaction designer and all round technical wizard, Marek Bereza

 

In our Crit section this month, the CR Readers’ Panel picks their stand-out work of 2010

 

Regular columnist Andy Cameron examines the growth of 2-screen media while Gordon Comstock wonders at the preponderance of the ‘c’ word – that’s ‘creative’ of course

 

Jeremy Leslie looks at how magazines have mastered the use of infographics and what one particular example reveals about the publishing world

 

And Jörg M Colberg looks for the truth in Andrej Krementschouk‘s disturbing images

 

And for subscribers only, Monograph offers a glimpse into the ‘what might have been’ world of movie posters with a selection of Hollywood poster proposals from illustrator Akiko Stehrenberger, many of which never made it past the first round

 

The January 2011 issue of CR is out on December 16. Our back cover fetaures Shay by Laura Pannack

 

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