How to have great ideas

Do you find yourself struggling to come up with new ideas? Then these five tips from John Ingledew, extracted from his new book How To Have Great Ideas: A Guide to Creative Thinking, may provide some inspiration….

Author Orhan Pamuk brings his Museum of Innocence to London

Filling a series of vitrines with hundreds of everyday objects, Turkish author Orhan Pamuk has brought his Museum of Innocence to Somerset House. The result is a glimpse of both Istanbul and a love story at the heart of an intriguing novel

CR Annual: see our entries so far

All the entries that we have received so far to this year’s CR Annual are now available to view online. You have until January 29 to join them

Out of this World: it’s our Fab February Food and Drink issue

In our Food and Drink issue we interview the brilliant chef Yotam Ottolenghi on the importance of design, profile The Black Farmer, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, meet YouTube food sensations Sorted, visit Food Assembly in Frome and Our Vodka in Hackney, talk apps, fast food and karma, and bring you food photography that is out of this world

Unit’s TD 63-73 – what goes into a new edition?

Unit Editions’ book on the work of Dutch studio Total Design first came out in 2011 and has just been republished in an expanded and redesigned edition. But how do small publishers decide which books are worth revisiting? We talk to Unit co-founder Adrian Shaughnessy about balancing risk and reward and the importance of listening to your audience

CR Annual 2016: what will win?

The Creative Review Annual showcases the most significant projects of the previous 12 months in visual communications. Here’s what we predict will be big this year, from VR to digital design, record sleeves and programmatic

Big Kids – a small comic about growing up

Toronto-based Michael DeForge’s new graphic novel via Drawn & Quarterly is a raw and wildly honest account of adolescence, featuring love, sex and spectacular transformations