CR Annual deadline: December 10

The Creative Review Annual is our showcase of the finest work of the year in visual communications. There’s still time to enter: the deadline for this year’s competition is December 10

The Creative Review Annual is our showcase of the finest work of the year in visual communications. There’s still time to enter: the deadline for this year’s competition is December 10

 

Spin/Unit Editions’ Lubalin book was Best in Book winner in last year’s CR Annual


The Creative Review Annual is our major awards scheme, highlighting stand-out work from around the world.
Each year, our panel of industry experts chooses the work that they feel represents the best of the year across advertising, design, digital and music videos, for publication in our special double issue of Creative Review in May.

4Creative was our Advertising Agency of the Year for 2013


Last year, among the studios and agencies featured were AKQA, BBH, Spin, Magpie, Party, R/GA, Google Creative Lab, DDB, Wieden + Kennedy, Hat-Trick, Turner Duckworth, KesselsKramer, Pentagram and Why Not Associates to name just a few.

Featured work came from the UK, US, Brazil, Netherlands, Spain, Japan, Canada, Australia, China and France.

 

Work is ordered not by category but according to the month in which it was launched

 

Our judges this year are:

Lesley Allan
Client director, Radley Yeldar

Garry Blackburn
Creative partner, Rose

Ben Christie
Creative partner and founder, Magpie Studio

David Eveleigh-Evans

Principal, Method

Matt Gooden
Executive creative director, Crispin, Porter + Bogusky

Caz Hildebrand
Creative partner, Here

Louisa James
Senior digital strategist, Jamie Oliver

David Kolbusz
Deputy ECD, BBH

Marc Kremers
Digital creative director, Future Corp

Jim Thornton
Creative director, VCCP

Claire Warner
Creative director, Browns

 

Full details on how to enter your work into th CR Annual here

 

The cover of last year’s CR Annual was created by Morag Myerscough whose work featured heavily inside

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