CR March Issue

The March issue of Creative Review is out on Wednesday 18 February and has features on Jan von Holleben, Self Help Graphics & Art, Harry Beck, Crispin Porter Bogusky and more…

The March issue of Creative Review is out on Wednesday 18 February and has features on Jan von Holleben, Self Help Graphics & Art, Harry Beck, Crispin Porter Bogusky and more…

Our Work section features This Is Real Art‘s website for charity Reprieve’s anti music torture website, Airside‘s green identity for Greenpeace’s Airplot! campaign to prevent a third runway at Heathrow airport, Marco Brambilla‘s collaborative installation with production company Crush that appears in the lift in New York’s Standard Hotel and Frost* Design‘s art direction of Futu magazine

Features include a look at opinion-dividing advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky

How Harry Beck came close to repeating the success of his iconic 1933 schematic of the London Underground – for the Metro in Paris in the late 1930s

The latest collaboration between artist Gordon Young and design studio Why Not Associates sees the installation of 14 sandblasted tree trunks in a West Sussex library…

LA’s Self Help Graphics & Art provides a focus for Chicano culture, but its future is under threat…

Flying dogs and disappearing people: we profile German photographer Jan von Holleben

Plus, in Crit, Michael Johnson asks why we still use Freehand

And we ask a selection of advertising folk what their predictions are for the big prizes at this year’s slew of advertising awards, and also have a look at why Creative Circle awards are generating a buzz among the UK advertising fraternity at the moment…

It’s out on Wednesday 18 February. Please excuse the iPhone photography

If you would like to submit work for possible inclusion in Creative Review, please contact Gavin Lucas on gavin.lucas@centaur.co.uk. You may send jpegs, pdfs or tiffs of work via email but please note that we cannot accept zipped files or files larger than 5mb via email. Alternatively, you may submit work on CD or DVD or send us printed materials. Moving image work can be sent either on DVD or tape (VHS or Umatic, PAL or NTSC). Please also include some brief background material about the project concerned and credits.

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