CR November issue: The Photography Annual

Creative Review’s November issue is our biggest for five years: 196 pages including 9 on Saul Bass, 6 on Brighton’s new football stadium, 6 on China’s young creatives and 85 pages of great images in our Photography Annual 2011

Creative Review’s November issue is our biggest for five years: 196 pages including 9 on Saul Bass, 6 on Brighton’s new football stadium, 6 on China’s young creatives and 85 pages of great images in our Photography Annual 2011

 

If you would like to buy this issue and are based in the UK, you can search for your nearest stockist here. Based outside the UK? Simply call +44(0)207 292 3703 to find your nearest stockist. Better yet, subscribe to CR for a year here and save yourself almost 30% on the printed magazine.


The Photography Annual is our showcase of great commercial images produced during the past year. We have some fantastic selected work this year including images from the likes of Nadav Kander, Dean Chalkley, Nick Meek Julia Fullerton-Batten and many, many more

As ever, the Photography Annual comes as a special double issue of CR with all the content from the regular magazine included. This month we have a fantastic piece on the late great Saul Bass by Rick Poynor

 

A report on how design studio Corridor worked with the local community to fill Brighton & Hove Albion’s new football stadium with imagery

 

A great piece on those seldom-celebrated but vital creative matchmakers, ad agency art buyers

 

And we interview one of the founders of Neocha EDGE, the Shanghai-based showcase and agency for young creative talent in China

 

Plus, James Pallister writes on the link between design and the British high street and current creative efforts to tackle the problem of empty shops

 

And Mark Sinclair tells the story of one of Coke’s most famous ads – the Yes girl. Its artist, Haddon Sundblom, was possibly most famous for his Santa Claus ads for the brand, something he made cheeky reference to in his final commercial commission for Playboy (note how interested our friend in the ad opposite appears to be…)

 

In our Crit section this month David Crowley discusses the importance of Postmodernism, tying in with the current show at the V&A

 

The important role of Dutch designer Ootje Oxenaar in that country’s design scene is explained by Els Kuijpers, author of a new book on Oxenaar

 

Jeremy Leslie discusses the snobbery with which graphic designers sometimes treat their editorial peers

 

MIchael Evamy’s regular logo column looks at the new BA coat of arms

 

And Gordon Comstock, our regular ad industry columnist, contemplates resignation

 

Our Monograph booklet ths month, for subscribers only, features vintage fireworks ads courtesy of a Museum of British Folklore exhibition at the Compton Verney gallery via Simon Costin

Bang on!

Our front and back covers ths month feature photograms by John Ross made by exposing material directly onto a digital camera back to create a letter ‘P’ for Photography. We’ll be posting more soon on how this was done

 

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