CR August iPad edition

Incase you still haven’t got your hands on the August issue of Creative Review – a CGI special – and you fancy some extra videos and exclusive images on the side, remember you can also get it on the iPad. You’ll find all the print mag content and monograph, plus a whole lot more in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with some amazing moving image work, from interviews to animations to short documentaries and more…

Incase you still haven’t got your hands on the August issue of Creative Review – a CGI special – and you fancy some extra videos and exclusive images on the side, remember you can also get it on the iPad. You’ll find all the print mag content and monograph, plus a whole lot more in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with some amazing moving image work, from interviews to animations to short documentaries and more…

The Features section of this month’s issue includes designer Carl Burgess making a case for digital imagemaking as an antidote to our nostalgic obsession with the handmade; a look at Worship, a film for UNKLE by Warren du Preez, Nick Thornton Jones and the team at VFX house Glassworks, which pushes digital techniques to the limits (above right); photographer Giles Revell who uses hi-tech processes to re-present traditional artistic subjects; and self-taught 3D artist Ben Koppell (below left).

Plus, Disobedient Objects at the V&A; Digital Revolution at the Barbican (above right); Folk Art at Tate Britain; the history of RCA’s Ark magazine; AKQA’s Nick Turner on Google’s new Material Design guidelines, and more…

In Hi Res you’ll find posters from the Graphic Advocacy show (below left); unseen images from the Bowie / Duffy collaborative photo shoots (above left); Monotype full stops from the archives as part of the Century exhibition; photos playing with fakery and narrative from Joan Fontcuberta’s Stranger Than Fiction show (above right); new work from illustrator Shaun Mills (below right); A Portrait of Hackney by photographer Zed Nelson, and highlights from Broomberg & Chanarin’s Divine Violence exhibition.

CRTV includes an interview with typographer Erik Spiekermann; a behind-the-scenes look at Mikey Please’s remarkable Marilyn Myller animation, plus the full film (below right); Stephan Jose’s documentary about The Artisan Press; The Putter by Shaun Bloodworth, a portrait of one of the few remaining scissor manufacturers in the world (below left); Doug Hindson’s Frisson, a tense, award-winning short about thrills; the Sandman as part of Stella Artois’s Perfectionists series; and a selection of new CGI shorts from Supinfocom Arles 3D Animation School.

To submit work for consideration for CRTV or Hi Res, please email antonia.wilson@centaur.co.uk

For further info on the CR iPad app or to subscribe, click here.

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