Art Director Gem Fletcher examines the work of Photographer Felicity McCabe, in the latest instalment of a series looking into talent in photography, from recent graduates to photographers breaking the rules…
Each year, as part of the CR Annual, we choose a Client of the Year to recognise the importance of a client in producing great work. For 2016, that honour goes to Vital Arts
Created to run in the June issue of Vogue, which celebrates the iconic fashion mag’s 100th birthday, the print ad stars Bo Gilbert, who was born in 1916.
Our May issue is all about social media, with advice on how to run successful Kickstarter campaigns, work with YouTube influencers and make great content for Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. It’s also our Annual, with over 100 pages of outstanding design, advertising and creative projects selected by a panel of industry experts
Honda has laid out its future vision for autonomous driving technology in a series of seven concept vehicles, which include charming innovations such an automobile for climbing mountains that can sprout legs, and the ‘road tripper’ which features large glass panels allowing passengers to enjoy a panoramic view as they travel…
Like a relic from a latter day saint, possession of a hallowed smoking accessory once owned by the Nirvana frontman turned mild-mannered student Scott King into the rebel artist we know today
Each year, as part of the CR Annual, we choose on agency or studio to be our Creative Agency of the Year. For 2016, that honour goes to Map Project Office
The Glasgow-based studio worked with Vintage on its new series of nature titles – the results see the wallpaper designers’ keen eye for detail flourishing on the printed page.
Visual artist and designer Jonathan Zawada has created a surreal set of images for Mark Pritchard’s new solo album, Under the Sun, which is released on Warp Records next month
Craig Oldham’s In Loving Memory of Work: A Visual Record of the Miners’ Strike 1984-85 has been published in a second edition, complete with a range of new material. Here, Oldham selects some of the most interesting additions, including ex-miner Phil Winnard’s powerful photographs of the strikes.