June

June’s best work includes a build-your-own album, a ticket machine that prints out comments, and Giles Revell’s beautiful promo film for the BBC

THE KAISER CHIEF’S BESPOKE ALBUM CREATION EXPERIENCE – WIEDEN + KENNEDY

Using this website, Kaiser Chiefs fans were able to create their own version of the band’s new album and even share in the proceeds.

PLAY & DISPLAY: BOLD TENDENCIES 5 – NICK & GRAHAM RITCHIE

Nick and Graham Ritchie were asked to create a facility for visitors to comment on the Bold Tendencies sculpture project. Visitors could text comments to an old car park ticket machine which printed them out for display in plastic sheaths.

BBC: ART REVEALED – RED BEE MEDIA

Photographer Giles Revell dropped pigment into water tanks to create gorgeous abstract imagery in this promotional film for a BBC art series.

WALL’S: GARAGE – SAATCHI & SAATCHI

A van driver uses Allan the miniature dog to thank a garage attendant for giving him his tasty Wall’s sausage roll.

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March

March’s best work includes a new quarterly men’s magazine, a title sequence made on the beach, and Google’s phonetic advertising

Introducing the CR iPad App

The Creative Review iPad App is (finally) here, with exclusive content and updates throughout each month for your viewing and reading pleasure

Design a charity poster for Bestival

Want to design a poster for New Order? De La Soul? Stevie Wonder? Bestival, Screenadelica and CR are offering readers the chance to design a poster for one of the headline acts at Bestival 2012 which will be sold for charity at the event

Isn’t there a better way to buy design?

Growing numbers of designers are refusing to pitch for work. Not just unpaid pitches, any pitch at all. Pitching, they say, is bad for designers, bad for clients and produces bad work. They have a point

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