CR September iPad edition

Don’t forget the September issue of CR – our grad guide – is also available for iPad, where you’ll find print mag content and monograph plus exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….

Don’t forget the September issue of CR – our grad guide – is also available for iPad, where you’ll find print mag content and monograph plus exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….

In Features we talk to six people in unusual and inspiring jobs in the creative industries to see just where a creative education can take you, including Gemma Jackson, production designer on Game of Thrones; Blair Battison, senior preservation conservator at the Victoria & Albert Museum; Rachel Louis, arts participation manager at Vital Arts; Brad Silby, Framestore lead animator on films such as Where the Wild Things Are and Guardians of the Galaxy; and Simon Henwood, creative director for musicians such as Kanye West and Rihanna.

Creative studio Shellsuit Zombie also give us their top ten tips for next steps for graduates looking to pursue a creative career.

Plus the true story of the Woolmark, with en extract from TM, a new book looking at the history of 29 classic logos by CR’s Mark Sinclair; and Grey ECD Nils Leonard and William Fowler, Headspace creative director and CR-columnist Googlechat about the trend for advertising with a social conscience.

There’s also reviews of Recontres D’Ares photography festival and a new exhibition of Ivan Chermayeff’s collage work. And not forgetting our lovely regular columns from Michael Evamy, Daniel Benneworth-Gray and Paul Belford.

In Hi Res you’ll find work from iconic fashion photographer Horst P. Horst ahead of a major new retrospective at the V&A; music-related posters from Print Club London’s Blisters: Sound Sessions show; Martin Usbourne’s photo series I’ve Lived in East London For 86 ½ Years; a peak at Illustation Now! 5 from Taschen; images from a new publication on contemporary photography and architecture, Shooting Space; rare and famous urban art from Hang-Up Collections; and a close up look at the making of Jim Lambie’s concrete 100m long path, designed to look like a shelf of records.

CRTV includes Jeremy Asher Lynch’s short documentary Church of Type about a Santa Monica letterpress studio; a profile of Tel Aviv based illustrator Geffen Refaeli; Monotype’s Dan Rhatigan on Rhyman Eco; a look at the touring Open for Business photo project seeking to tell the largely untold story of British manufacturing; and new animations from Masanodu Hiraoka and 3D artist Ben Ridgway.

 

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

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

 

 

 

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