The February issue hits the newsstands and subscribers' doormats this week - with a cover designed by Montreal, Paris and Amsterdam-based creative agency, Sid Lee...
Inside the issue, Mark Sinclair takes a look at a new book on Japanese manhole covers - which reveals a hidden, vibrant world of street-level creativity
Sid Lee has been garnering praise for ad work for brands including Adidas, Red bull and Cirque du Soleil... Eliza Williams uncovers the story of the innovative communications agency
Jeremy Leslie reports on the emergence of the first truly digital magazines
Plus, Khoi Vinh and Andre Behrens take us through the design of the New York Times Skimmer; the latest way to read the US newspaper online
Also in the issue, R/GA's Chloe Gottileb looks at how brand are increasingly using our personal data to communicate more effectively - and to motivate consumers to change their lifestyles
Elsewhere in the issue we publish the first of a two-part, in-depth interview with French graphic designer Philippe Apeloig
Monograph this month features a selection of posters by Monsieur Apeloig...
This is an impressive cover ! I love paper !!!
Love this months cover! And monograph looks good. Look forward to reading it! :D
Looks like a good issue this month! I'm always interested in hearing about Sid Lee too, so bonus!
What was the inspiration behind Mark Sinclair's piece? That looks intriguing!
Hi – there's a book coming out on this in March. I met up with the author who travelled throughout Japan taking pictures of the best manhole covers. The steel one in the spread above is from Disneyland Tokyo but there are thousands of brightly coloured ones all over the country (each relating to the prefecture it's in)
NIce work in Monograph
Props to Patrick and everyone at CR, this issue is oozing with substance, attitude, style and confidence. Think I might even consider renewing my subscription…
I heart Monsieur Apeloig
Very good. Love this cover :)
So...the Monograph insert of our February edition CR arrived with the foil stamp centered instead of in its usual top left corner position. Not to mention the fact that it was on the back cover and upside down!
Anyone else get one of these? http://www.flickr.com/photos/kjbro0me/4343591021/
Great edition btw.
Love this blog, have added this to my favourites!
Whoa - never seen that before. If you email me your address I will send you a proper one.
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