CR May iPad edition

In case you still haven’t got your hands on a copy on this month’s Creative Review, don’t forget it is also available on the iPad. It includes all the Best in Book winners, and other content from the CR Annual 2014, with additional videos and exclusive images. Plus, there’s a lot more to be found in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people and other moving image work from around the world….

In case you still haven’t got your hands on a copy on this month’s Creative Review, don’t forget it is also available on the iPad. It includes all the Best in Book winners, and other content from the CR Annual 2014, with additional videos and exclusive images. Plus, there’s a lot more to be found in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people and other moving image work from around the world….

In the Features section of the iPad edition, you will of course find all the features, crit and columnist articles from the print issue, and where possible, additional still and moving image content. This includes features on The National Film Board of Canada’s interactive arm; an extract from Unit Editions’ Manuals 1; plus interviews with Saatchi & Saatchi worldwide creative director, Pablo Del Campo, and Annie Atkins, the graphic designer on Wes Anderson’s film The Grand Budapest Hotel. Plus a profile on cycling brand Rapha; reviews of Ad Week Europe and OFFSET; and a special feature on the hunt for the identity of the ‘Aero Girls’.

This issue also includes all the Best in Book winners with additional video content and still images, plus work from our selection for Ad Agency of the Year, Designer of the Year, and Client of the Year.

In Hi Res you can also find highlights from Leeds Print Festival and Pick Me Up graphic Arts Fair, John Deakin’s Soho photographs, Luke Stephenson’s new photo series 99 x 99s, and photography duo Amit and Naroop’s new Singh project.

CRTV includes profiles of hand lettering designer Daren Newman, and photo artist Tom Butler; Jean Paul Gaultier in conversation with the curator of the new Barbican exhibition Thierry-Maxime Loriot; the making of Cravendale’s Biscuit Boy; exclusive content from Smoke & Mirrors motion graphic artist Nicola Gastaldi, and much more…

Plus not forgetting Ticker – a stream of selected stories from the blog to keep you up to date with the creative world.

 

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