Creative Review

The Graduates: Tomomi Sayuda

In our special graduate issue, we feature the work of a small but perfectly formed selection of this year’s creative graduates. We’ve also canvassed their opinions on their education and their hopes and dreams for the coming years. And if that wasn’t enough, we’ve invited all of them to show their work at Mother’s new gallery space

Art across the Spectrum

The likes of Stella Vine, Damien Hirst, Rankin and Stephen Wiltshire (whose view of London is shown above) have all donated work for SpectrumArt 2009, an auction to raise funds for the Cornish charity working with those affected by autistic spectrum disorders

Click Singapore

Last week saw CR stage our first event in Asia – Click Singapore, which brought together speakers from China, Japan, the UK and the host country to discuss the future of digital creativity

Question of the week 18.08.09

Being green is now a necessity for any business that wants to be successful. So how do you go about making sure you’re doing what you can in your day to day work?

Question of the week 11.08.09

With thousands of new graduates on the scene, demand for placements is at its height. So this week, we’d like to know how you organise them at your studio or agency, what you think of the placement system and what your experiences have been

Arden’s library

Where do you draw inspiration from? For the late great art director and filmmaker Paul Arden, it was from his library. We pull out his particular favourites

Better than the film?

While mainstream movies are more market-driven than ever before,one area of filmmaking is still enjoying an artistic resurgence that began in the 1990s. Let’s hear it for the title sequences

Wells&More brochure

dn&co has created this brochure to promote a new London office development from Great Portland Estates.

Lot Nine

Leeds-based collective Nous Vous produced this publication as part of the Morphic Resonance project.


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