Welcome to the Creative Review Annual 2019

Alongside a panel of industry experts, we have picked

the best and brightest creative work of the past year,

from design to digital, advertising to installations. 

Dive into the winning work below.

Read about the winners

The Annual in print

All the winning and shortlisted work, plus detailed case studies and additional features are showcased in a beautiful print issue, out now. Each copy comes with a unique cover designed by Alex Trochut, in collaboration with HP Indigo, using HP Mosaic.

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How Rockstar has redefined what video games can be

While it’s not without its share of controversy, Rockstar Games is a master at designing worlds that players don’t want to leave. As a part of our Annual 2019 coverage, Emma Tucker examines its innovative approach

Greggs: on authenticity and keeping things silly

Bakery chain Greggs is thriving, thanks in no small part to its cheeky approach to branding and marketing. As a part of our Annual 2019 coverage, Emma Tucker finds out why the brand’s no-nonsense attitude works so well

Tate Modern looks to the future

With a new director, the museum that welcomes almost six million visitors a year is launching a series of new initiatives – marking it out as perhaps Britain’s most important artistic organisation. As part of our Annual coverage, we look back at a big year for the space

BBC Creative on making great work in-house

Since its formation in 2016, BBC Creative – the Beeb’s in-house agency – has released a series of striking and beautifully crafted campaigns for the nation’s broadcaster. Eliza Williams talks to ECD, Laurent Simon

How Glossier is shaking up the beauty industry

Glossier is putting traditional beauty retailers to shame with its straight-talking, customer-first approach. As a part of our Annual 2019 coverage, Aimée McLaughlin delves into the rapid rise of millennials’ new favourite beauty brand


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