This month, CR takes a deep dive into happiness in an attempt to find out exactly what it is that makes us smile

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The Fear Issue

Our latest issue is all about fear, looking at its

impact in politics and entertainment, and on

our everyday creative lives

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Thierry Noir on street art that brings hope

Three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Thierry Noir discusses how the colourful characters he defaced the wall with became a symbol of freedom for those it oppressed, and the lessons we can learn from it today

Designing for wellness apps

In a sea of wellness apps claiming to improve your mind, body and soul, CR investigates trends in branding and design to discover what’s helping people feel good

Is democracy always good for creativity?

It has become fashionable for agencies and studios to offer everyone a chance to share their views on projects – but does this make for better creative work? Our advertising correspondent Ben Kay is skeptical

My Happiest Project: Yinka Ilori

Throughout October, we’re looking at the subject of happiness, and asking creatives to tell us about the projects they’ve most enjoyed working on. Here, artist and designer Yinka Ilori reflects on transforming an underpass in Battersea into Happy Street


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