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Some Things Never Change: Diversity

Diversity and representation in the creative industries are very current topics, but take a journey through the CR archives and you’ll discover these are conversations that have been going on for decades. Which begs the question: how far have we really come in the past 40 years?

Creative Futures Revisited: APFEL

For almost 30 years, Creative Review ran a scheme called Creative Futures, celebrating the best and brightest new talent entering the industry. Here, we talk to design studio A Practice For Everyday Life (APFEL) – which was featured in 2003

Exposure: Bobby Doherty

In the latest instalment of the Exposure series, Creative Review’s examination of photographers on the up, art director Gem Fletcher profiles Bobby Doherty’s playful still life photography

Creative Futures Revisited: Ed Holdsworth

For almost 30 years, Creative Review ran a scheme called Creative Futures, celebrating the best and brightest new talent entering the industry. Here, we talk to senior compositor Ed Holdsworth, who was an alumnus from 2003

Some Things Never Change: Clients

The client-creative relationship has always existed in a state of both tension and joy. Here, we delve into the CR archives to explore how the business of working with clients has evolved over the past four decades and talk to Havas London CCO Vicki Maguire about what it’s like today

Creative Review Turns 40!

The latest issue of CR celebrates our 40th birthday. We talk to some of the creatives that have made the magazine what it is today, and profile four creative heroes who we believe are shaping culture now, including our cover designer, Annie Atkins

My favourite Creative Review covers

Over the past 40 years, Creative Review has had 452 different covers. As part of our 40th birthday coverage, CR art director Paul Pensom chose ten of his favourites from the archive

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