Design director Gail Bichler talks through the process of creating an issue full of ‘visual journeys’ and, in using Alec Soth’s self-portrait taken from inside his room in the Park Hyatt hotel in Tokyo, making one of the best magazine covers of the year
Good Housekeeping may not be up there with Nova and Twen in the Pantheon of 1960s magazine design, but, as a recent eBay purchase revealed, it had its moment, says CR art director Paul Pensom
A new book from Thames & Hudson showcases over 250 decorated papers from the 16th to the 20th century, sourced from the British Library’s Olga Hirsch collection.
The October print issue of Creative Review examines the ideas and organisations that are having an impact on the way we live and the homes we live in
If you didn’t manage to get your entry to our Photography Annual in before the initial deadline, fear not. You now have until October 2 to get your work in front of our expert panel
Ten years ago this month the Guardian launched its Berliner format. We talk to its creative team about a decade of rapid change at the paper, and examine how design is now more important than ever in helping us navigate an increasingly complicated media landscape…
Is this the day that the debate over Europe’s refugee crisis changed? And was it an image that did it?