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Win £1000 with our Christmas Challenge

Posted by Creative Review, 16 December 2014, 13:33

Behold the CR Christmas Challenge - your chance to save your family, friends and colleagues money off a subscription to Creative Review and win yourself £1000

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Apple's Song finds right pitch

Posted by Patrick Burgoyne, 15 December 2014, 16:50

Apple and TBWA's Christmas ad is a touching tale of a teenager making a special gift for grandma - using a bunch of Apple products of course

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CR Annual: extended deadline

Posted by Creative Review, 15 December 2014, 13:47

There's still time to enter the Creative Review Annual, our showcase of the best work of the year in visual communications. Extended deadline: January 23

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Leeds Print Festival: free tickets for CR subscribers

Posted by Creative Review, 15 December 2014, 12:13

Next up for the CR Club – free tickets to the Leeds Print Festival 2015 for Creatve Review subscribers

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What does 'being African' look like?

Posted by Creative Review, 15 December 2014, 10:34

For 20 year's Garth Walker's i-Jusi magazine has explored the visual culture of modern South Africa, inviting designers and artists to respond to key questions about the society they live in. In this Design Indaba film, Walker talks about the magazine and its aims

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Football marks 1914 Christmas ceasefire

Posted by Creative Review, 12 December 2014, 17:54

The football world has marked the 100th anniversary of the famous 1914 Christmas truce on the Western Front with two different sculptures, one in the UK and one in Flanders

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Viktoria Modesta fronts new Born Risky campaign for C4

Posted by Mark Sinclair, 12 December 2014, 16:22

As part of Channel 4's ongoing Born Risky campaign, a new promo for singer Viktoria Modesta will be aired during the final of ITV's The X Factor this Sunday. Aimed as a stylish antidote to the ideals of the modern pop world, Modesta's prosthetic leg is a difference that C4 hopes will challenge viewer's perceptions...

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N for Napoleon

Posted by Mark Sinclair, 12 December 2014, 12:34

Napoleon is a name so loaded with associated imagery that for the design of a new biography, Penguin art editor Isabelle de Cat looked to avoid images of bicorne hats and battles and instead referenced some intriguing symbols of the French emperor's own invention...

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Ads of the Week

Posted by Eliza Williams, 12 December 2014, 10:47

We've got a bumper round up of great ads to share with you this week, including a smattering of Christmas work, a few charity pieces, and a really quite silly film for Skittles. First up though, Kevin Bacon stars in an ad for CR...!

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Taking Pictures #2: Photography from Tate Modern, Joan Fontcuberta, Paddy Summerfield, Sylvie Huet & more

Posted by Antonia Wilson, 12 December 2014, 10:15

The second installment in our regular pick of photography includes Conflict, Time, Photography at the Tate Modern;  Joan Fontcuberta's Stranger Than Fiction at the National Media Museum; Paddy Summerfield's new publication Mother and Father; Devils Eye Spring by David Doubilet; Sylvie Huet's new book A Story of Bears; and some beard's made from ferrets by Troy Goodall...

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