Creative Review’s yearly award scheme, celebrating the best in commercial creativity. All the selected work is featured in print in the May 2018 issue, with detailed case studies of the winning work recognised in our Best in Book section.
Search ‘Nike’ in the CR archive and you can trace how the brand’s use of advertising and design grew ever-more sophisticated and diverse, from provocative posters to interactive basketball courts
4Creative has designed a series of controversial digital posters for the second season of the show, featuring various repressive reminders for women about their lack of rights
Branding and design has played an important role in defining ITV’s hugely popular daytime programming. We talk to Fiona Skinner, who heads the in-house graphics team at ITV Daytime, about designing for Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women
For a special edition of the CR podcast, themed around our Annual awards, CR’s editors discuss some of the Best in Book winners, and reflect on what trends emerged this year.
CR and Dropbox investigate the importance of collaboration in making great creative work. We’ve talked to employers, educators and leaders at three leading design studios to explore how effective collaboration is learned and delivered
Up Front Brewing’s new range of craft beers features artwork from long-term Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood – and take inspiration from Herman Melville’s Moby Dick
As part of our Photo Week special, Wyatt-Clarke & Jones co-founder James Gerrard-Jones and We Folk agent Rose Clayton share some wise advice on getting signed, developing your practice and the key to a happy photographer/agent relationship
A new book from Thames & Hudson features more than 30 model versions of historic images hand-crafted by Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger. As part of our photo special this week, we speak to the photographers about bringing the book to life
The 23 players making up England’s World Cup squad are announced by the nation’s youth in a film for the FA by Wieden + Kennedy London
This new documentary film from Nikon, the Guardian and Pi Studios does a great job of turning a product demo into an engaging, emotional piece of film, while examining the stories of four extraordinary weddings.
The photobook scene has grown considerably over the past decade thanks to a wave of new indie publishers, bookshops and events. As part of our Photo Week special, we talk to Self Publish Be Happy founder Bruno Ceschel about its enduring appeal
With inspirations including a Ray Bradbury short story and samples from 70s porn star Mary Millington, the directing duo Kijek/Adamski have produced an intriguing video for the electronica collective
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 advertising work, how it was made, who made it and why
From breaking news to in-depth coverage, reviews and opinion
Celebrating the craft of filmmaking and creativity on screen
Creatives look back on the highlights of their careers
With the costs of living and running a business in London increasingly unrealistic, CR speaks to creatives who have made the move out of the capital
Advice from Sir John Hegarty, Jim Sutherland, Caroline Pay, Michael Johnson and Zia Zareem-Slade, all of whom offer insights on CR’s online training course Mastering Creativity
Opinion and analysis from the world of corporate identity