James Pallister

The digital pamphleteers

As a vehicle for subversion and satire, the single-page microsite devoted to one issue is fast becoming a new form for the polemical essay

The word on the street

A new survey of typographic installations shows how using the right words can make a big difference to civic experience

The nation of shopkeepers

As the UK high street fights for survival, local councils are turning to artists and designers to help bring vital reinvestment, writes James Pallister

Welcome to Dalston-on-Strand

Pick Me Up, London’s new graphic art fair, was a hands-on, inky-fingered success, reckons James Pallister, but will it have a lasting impact?

The Photography Annual 2017

Creative Review’s Photography Annual seeks to
celebrate great images – those who take them
and those who commission them. View all the
winning work in our current print issue

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