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LSO visual Identity conducted by Sir Simon Rattle by the Partners

Best in Book – motion graphics/moving image Entrant: The Partners Analysis of data from the movement of conductor Sir Simon Rattle’s baton is the starting point for The Partners’ London Symphony Orchestra visual identity  Like many forms of ‘high’ culture, classical music is on a seemingly perpetual quest to attract younger, more diverse audiences. Yet, […]

Paralympics We’re the Superhumans by 4Creative

Best in book – Commercials  Entrant: 4Creative Following up Channel 4’s 2012 Paralymics spot was always going to be tough but if anything, We’re the Superhumans, with its multitalented cast, had an even bigger impact, says Eliza Williams To promote its coverage of the 2016 Paralympics in Rio, Channel 4 created an epic, three-minute-long film […]

Coming soon! The Creative Review online archive

We’re excited to announce that Creative Review will be launching a complete, searchable online archive of all past print issues dating back to the very first one in 1980. So for the first time ever, subscribers will be able to access the complete CR collection, all in one convenient place. We’re busy dusting off our […]

The New York Times Magazine Special Issues

Best in Book – editorial  Entrant: The New York Times The New York Times Magazine devotes around a third of its issues each year to a specific theme, allowing for in-depth reporting and stunning photography commissions. It also enables the design team to bring together some of the most memorable stand-alone editions of the year. […]

The Domino Effect by jones knowles ritchie

Best in book – packaging  Entrant: jones knowles ritchie JKR’s bold and playful pizza boxes for Domino’s show that the simplest ideas can often be the best The best packaging is simple but distinctive: an instantly recognisable design, ideally with some memorable quirk or playful touch that sets it apart. Remove the label from a […]

Sagmeister’s Happy Film comes to UK

June will see screenings across the country of Stefan Sagmeister’s feature-length documentary on the nature of happiness, beginning with a premiere in Sheffield

Mount Improbable by Penguin Books

Best in Book – Craft and technical innovation Entrant: Penguin Books A campaign for Penguin’s reissues of Richard Dawkins’ books showed how the traditions of print can go hand-in-hand with tech. Unique covers and a dynamic website were devised by an in-house team, which helped bring Dawkins’ writing to a new audience and, as they tell […]

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