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CR April issue: Fuse and more

Advertising, Graphic Design, Magazine / Newspaper, Type / Typography

Posted by Creative Review, 22 March 2012, 15:59    Permalink    Comments (9)

Creative Review's April issue includes a ten-page special issue on Neville Brody and Jon Wozencroft's highly influential publication, Fuse, plus charity ads get personal, Marina Willer, experimental books, the most beautiful tickets you ever saw and lots more all wrapped up in a cover by Mr Brody himself

With the imminent publication of Fuse 1-20, a complete history of the periodical that did so much to foster experimentation in type design, we have a 10-page feature looking at the abiding influence of Fuse.

If you would like to buy this issue and are based in the UK, you can search for your nearest stockist here. Based outside the UK? Simply call +44(0)207 292 3703 to find your nearest stockist. Better yet, subscribe to CR for a year here and save yourself almost 30% on the printed magazine.

And readers can win a signed edition of the bok, which comes complete with posters and an access code to download new typefaces by the likes of Stefan Sagmeister, Lucienne Roberts and eBoy, on our Gallery page.

 

Elsewhere in the issue, Eliza Williams looks at the way in which social media is allowing charities to make their advertising more personally appealing.

 

We interview Marina Willer as she makes the move from Wolff Olins to become Pentagram London's first female (and first Brazilian) partner

 

Plus, we catch up with Chris Ashworth, the UK designer who is now helping define and deliver communications for Microsoft's Windows Phone brand and look at Metro, the new 'design philosophy' informing everything that Microsoft does

 

And Emma Tucker reports on an extraordinary collection of tickets from the Milwaukee public transport system.

 

In Crit, Rick Poynor reviews The Electric Information Age, a look back at a time of great experimentation in book design, giving us such classics as The Medium is the Massage and Buckminster Fuller's I Seem to be a Verb.

 

Adrian Shaughnessy meets the CEO of the highly controversial crowdsourcing site 99designs and asks what such operations mean for the creative industry

 

Michael Evamy's regular logo design column examines a trend for purposely messy, imperfect marks

 

Jeremy Leslie's magazines column looks at that all-important first question that should be asked when approaching any periodical project: 'Why a magazine?'

 

And Gordon Comstock discovers that it's not those pesky clients that he despises after all, it's account managers

 

And, for subscribers only, we have a nostalgia trip in Monograph this month, our special 20-page extra publication as we go behind the scenes at Thunderbirds with an amazing selection of production and promotional images from the seminal TV show.

 

If you would like to buy this issue and are based in the UK, you can search for your nearest stockist here. Based outside the UK? Simply call +44(0)207 292 3703 to find your nearest stockist. Better yet, subscribe to CR for a year here and save yourself almost 30% on the printed magazine.

Don't forget, only subscribers receive our award-winning Monograph supplement, free every month.

9 Comments

Amazing work ! I love it.
Webdesigner
2012-03-22 17:53:51


Looks awesome! Is there any way we can get it in sydney ?
Sidney signage
2012-03-23 01:35:46


Cannot wait to get my Thunderbirds behind the scenes!
Jabradley
2012-03-23 08:08:48


Looks like a great issue! Might have to go out and purchase a copy :)
bluepigcreative
2012-03-23 11:15:44


the typical - can't think of anything better to design, so let's poorly put type on top of each other and click multiply - kind of cover.
bert
2012-03-26 10:14:57


Hi there, my name is Jean Louis Vasconcelos I´m from Brazil. Congrats for this issue with Brody and Willer it seems awesome.I´d like to have one copy of this issue here. There is any chance to buy this april issue and you guys send me here? Many Thanks
Jean Louis
2012-03-29 21:50:25


The feature about the collection of tickets from the Milwaukee public transport system is really cool. One of the best reasons why I have to grab a copy of this issue.
Blake | Print Catalogs
2012-03-30 02:10:44


Is there any way to order a copy online?
Mike
2012-04-16 20:04:41


Hey guys,

Smashing job!

Keep us in the loop with your latest issue. We would love to feature it on MagSpreads http://www.magspreads.com

Cheers,

Michael Schepis
Michael Schepis
2012-05-28 15:10:02


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