Creative Review’s October issue has features on Jeremy Sinclair, projection mapping, Ars Electronica and James Victore plus over 80 extra pages of beautiful images in our Photography Annual
This year’s Photography Annual is one of our best ever with featured work including James Mollison’s Where Children Sleep project and some fabulous mutts courtesy of Tim Flach.
For the first time this year, the Photography Annual is also available as an iPhone App. It costs £2.99 and is available here.
The images are hi-res and can be blown up to look beautiful on the iPad too. More here.
Thanks to our Photography Annual sponsors, Vue
and Happy Finish
In the main part of the issue, our Case Study this month casts a critical eye over Euro RSCG’s Let’s Colour project for Dulux
Our profile subject is Jeremy Sinclair who, as creative director and later chairman has worked with the Saatchi’s for 40 years
Then we have a piece on the impact and future of 3D projection mapping
And a look at how Michael Lejeune and the Creative Services team at LA Metro are attempting to persuade Los Angelenos to use the city’s public transport system
In Crit, Rick Poynor writes on the enduring legacy of Eadweard Muybridge
Jeremy Leslie looks at the importance of type in magazines
Gordon Comstock wonders what will be the long-term effect of crowdsourcing in advertising
David Crowley reviews a new monograph on James Victore
And our new columnist Andy Cameron reports from Ars Electronica
We also have a fantastic Monograph for our subscribers featuring a recently discovered treasure trove of vintage posters at Notting Hill Gate tube station
And we have one final treat for subscribers this month. As last year, each subscriber will receive a static lcing print of o eof the winning images from the Photography Annual courtesy of our friends at Cyberpac. The 22cm square prints can be stuck on any surface, peeled off and put up somewhere else any number of times.
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