Making Money

No one likes talking about money, but we are going to…

Here’s some advice and real life stories on the tricky

relationship between creativity and cash

Read More

Print is dead heavy

Enjoy six heavyweight print issues a year, including The Annual and The Photography Annual, when you subscribe to CR. Always tip your postman.

Subscribe now

Read more

Making ends meet: designer Craig Oldham

After studying graphic design at Falmouth and stints at a number of agencies in Manchester, Craig Oldham started his own studio in the city in 2015. We talk to him about why money is no measure of creative success and why “it’s not a crime to be skint”

To pitch, or not to pitch

Should creative companies pitch for free? Designer Paul Woods tackles this thorny issue in an extract from his new book, How To Do Great Work Without Being An Asshole

Filmmaker Carol Morley on using lookbooks

Ahead of the release of her critically-acclaimed third feature film Out of Blue, the British filmmaker Carol Morley gives Creative Review an exclusive insight into the way she employs a visual book as a central aspect of feature film directing

Ben Kay on the price of creativity

Ben Kay traces the combination of recessions, booms, busts, overconfidence, fragmentation and “a million decisions, big and small, with unforeseen consequences” that have resulted in the plummeting price of creativity in adland

Making ends meet: artist Mr Bingo

CR has talked to a series of artists, creatives and designers about how they manage their money. Here artist and social media phenomenon Mr Bingo tells us how he manages a career that now relies solely on self-initiated projects