Aimée McLaughlin

Aimée is Senior Writer at Creative Review

The visual evolution of Run The Jewels

As Killer Mike and El-P release their fourth album as rap duo Run The Jewels, we speak to long-time collaborators Tim Saccenti and Nicholas Gazin about how the band’s ‘stick-up’ hands logo has become one of the music world’s most recognisable emblems

How coronavirus is redefining the magazine cover

From frontline workers turned cover stars to messages of hope, the pandemic has forced publications to rethink their covers in creative new ways. We speak to magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie and the Telegraph’s Kuchar Swara about the role of magazines in our current crisis

What we can learn from New Zealand’s Covid-19 messaging

New Zealand has been leading the way in the fight against coronavirus with its simple but powerful communications strategy, which focuses on bringing its people together. We look at how it got the rhetoric so right, and whether countries like the UK should be following its example

How I Work: Dominique Evans, The Royal Mint

Dominique Evans has worked as a graphic designer at Britain’s oldest company, The Royal Mint, for over a decade. CR speaks to her about how she got the job, and what it’s like knowing that your work will live on in purses and pockets across the country