The Conversation Issue

The latest issue of Creative Review is all about seeing things in a new light. We’ve brought together artists, designers and even figures in politics for a range of conversations on the pressing issues of today

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The Annual 2020

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Magazine covers of the year 2019

While the last few years have seen magazines launch a tirade against the world’s power brokers, 2019 has been about chipping beneath the surface. We look back at our ten favourites covers of the year

How I Got Here: Matt Willey

After five years at The New York Times Magazine, Matt Willey is leaving to become a partner at Pentagram. Here we talk to him about the childhood experiences and jobs that led to him landing one of the most coveted jobs in design

How RizeUp is mobilising young people to vote

Photographer, filmmaker and activist Josh Cole founded non-partisan political movement RizeUp to give young, homeless and economically deprived people a voice. We speak to him about the campaign ahead of the forthcoming UK election

The year in review: Photography

The world of photography in 2019 was marked by movements of change and activism, and expansive dissections of contemporary politics and the status quo. We also saw exciting experimentation in both images and exhibitions. Here, Diane Smyth looks back at the year

Trends of 2019: Branding and logos

This year saw the release of some major rebrands and new logos, plus real innovation in sectors – from death to the law – that have previously proved resistant to modern branding techniques. We examine the highs and lows of 2019 here


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