Creative Review’s Photography Annual seeks to
celebrate great images – those who take them
and those who commission them. View all the
winning work in our current print issue
We can’t be sure but there may be something in the air to prompt Vintage’s republication of three classics of dystopian fiction – Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World – each complete with a cover illustration by Noma Bar. While Atwood’s novel was repackaged by Vintage […]
Online shopping site Trouva is now one of the fastest-growing tech startups in the UK. We take a look at its success so far – and how it’s helping independent shop owners to grow their business
Mark Spencer has something of an usual job – he’s a Forensic Botanist who works with police and forensic departments on cases where an extensive knowledge of plants is key to the investigation. Spencer is apparently just one of two such practitioners working in the UK. Fieldwork Facility were asked to design an identity for […]
As part of our January new year, new you, author and course leader Claire Bridges, shares a taster of the content from our new 6-part online course Mastering Creativity with inspiration and practical tools to make 2018 your best creative year yet.
Analysis of significant creative projects, people and trends
Looking at how work gets made & what gets in the way
Images & ideas to feed your imagination
Practical advice on the challenges of running a creative team. We speak to people in positions of creative leadership for insights on recruitment, retention, collaboration, managing stress, dealing with imposter syndrome and much more
The Photography Annual 2017
Creative Review’s Photography Annual seeks to
Fresh ideas and insight for the start of the new year
In this collection of articles we celebrate the art of storytelling, looking at outstanding uses of narrative techniques and exploring how compelling stories can be told in children’s books, VR experiences, TV dramas, podcasts & more.
The best work, how it was made, who made it and why
From breaking news to in-depth coverage, reviews and opinion
From set design to scriptwriting: craft and creativity on screen
In the latest in our series uncovering creative talent on Facebook and Instagram, we speak to Gutless Wonder – a mixed media artist who creates ‘happy’ sculptures and CG characters
Seven tips for adapting TVCs and creating thumb-stopping seasonal campaigns for Facebook and Instagram
In the latest in our series uncovering creative talent on Facebook and Instagram, we speak to Marylou Faure – a London-based illustrator and art director who has worked on album covers, illustrated recipe books and London-themed geostickers
A step-by-step guide to promoting your creative work using Canvas Folio – a quick-loading, full-screen mobile portfolio
In the latest in our series uncovering creative talent on Facebook and Instagram, we speak to Calum Heath – an illustrator and recent graduate of Falmouth University, whose work combines digital and hand-drawn elements
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In a world of ‘purpose-driven’ marketing and grandly ambitious big ideas to change the world, sometimes it’s good to see and ad that’s happy just to try to sell you something – and make you laugh at the same time.
In Revisiting Postmodernism, Sir Terry Farrell and Adam Nathaniel Furman examine the dominant architectural movement that emerged between the late 1970s and early 1990s – and how its influence is still felt today. Here, we pick seven landmark projects from the book
The Guardian’s switch to tabloid marks the end of an era. We talk to Creative Director Alex Breuer and Deputy Creative Director Chris Clarke about the thinking behind the redesign, creating a great reading experience in print and how a smaller format can help the paper tell bigger stories…
A’ Design Award & Competition (designaward.com), the World’s largest and most diffused international design awards announced results of the 2016 – 2017 design competition: 1974 Winners from 97 countries in 96 different design disciplines. Entries were carefully evaluated by an internationally influential jury panel composed of established scholars, prominent press members, creative design professionals and experienced entrepreneurs who devoted great care and attention to details while voting each entry.
Cadbury’s new Mum’s Birthday spot is sweet and well-made but trying to equate the brand’s new marketing strategy with the genuine philanthropy of its founders is absurd