The winners of the D&AD Awards 2017

A look at the most successful projects and agencies at the 2017 D&AD Awards – including an innovative tourism campaign for Sweden and a Braille smart watch for blind people

5054: the car magazine changes gear

5054 is a new car magazine, or more accurately, a new magazine about automotive culture. Its uncoated stock, liberal use of illustration instead of the standard high-gloss car photography that dominates most titles in the sector signal that this is an attempt to apply the aesthetics of the independent magazine culture to a sector that in the past has been dominated by gloss and testosterone

Creative Review is going bimonthly

We’re making a change. After our May issue, Creative Review is going bimonthly, allowing us to deliver a richer, higher quality, much bigger magazine six times a year

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Hato’s Ken Kirton on the joy of co-creation

Talking at the D&AD Festival in London yesterday, Hato’s Ken Kirton laid out how design and collaboration can help foster communities, and why we need this approach now more than ever.

A manifesto for the creative industries

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Real to Reel craft film festival opens next week

Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival opens at the Picturehouse Central cinema in London with a three-day programme of 44 short films that celebrate the art of ‘making’. It then visits The Bureau in Blackburn for three further nights

D&AD Festival 2017: what to see

The second D&AD Festival promises “three days of immersion in creative excellence”. Here’s our round-up of what’s on offer