All this month we celebrate the joy of craft

in all its forms, from analogue to digital.

Expect interviews with makers, insights on

the role of craft in creativity and much more

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The Annual in print

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Designing Glastonbury’s Shangri-La

With its mix of music, art and activism, Shangri-La has gained a reputation as Glastonbury’s most subversive and experimental venue. We talk to Creative Director Kaye Dunnings about creating the festival space

How brands should approach advertising in Japan

Western brands eager to tap into the Japanese market in time for the Rugby World Cup and next year’s Olympics would be wise to learn the idiosyncrasies of the country’s advertising. Here, Natalie Meyer, founder and CEO of Tokyoesque, offers some insights

Bill Posters on deepfakes and transparency

Artist-researcher Bill Posters talks to CR about creating viral celebrity deepfakes, as well as the role of art in making complex topics relatable and the motivations behind Spectre, his new award-winning installation with Daniel Howe

Creating the weird and wonderful world of Good Omens

Neil Gaiman’s TV adaption of the apocalyptic novel he co-wrote with Terry Pratchett boasts an all-star cast including David Tennant and Michael Sheen – but its delightfully kitsch visual effects are the real star of the show. We speak to VFX studio Milk about bringing them to life