Aimée McLaughlin

Aimée is Senior Writer at Creative Review

How concerts went virtual for Covid-19

We speak to Kate Moross and Rob Sinclair about bringing the concert experience into people’s homes for Kylie Minogue’s recent Infinite Disco show, and how everything from streams to video games are changing our perceptions of what live music can look like

How I Work: Oliver Munday

The Atlantic’s senior art director discusses discovering book design, how he brought a literary sensibility to redesigning one of America’s oldest magazines, and what the end of the Trump era means for political design more broadly

What defines studio culture now?

The hotly anticipated follow-up to Unit Editions’ 2009 book, Studio Culture, features insights from the likes of OK-RM and Peepshow about how to start, run and evolve a design studio today

Can creativity save restaurants from Covid-19?

Hospitality has been hit hard by the pandemic, but in the midst of increased restrictions restaurateurs are finding creative ways to reach hungry punters at home. Here, we delve into how restaurant brands are adapting to the new normal

The BakeKing’s hyperrealistic cake creations

Ben Cullen has built up a cult following for his mesmerising illusion cakes, which have appeared everywhere from Slowthai’s recent music video to Jurgen Klopp’s birthday party. He talks about how his career journey took him from graphic design to tattooing to cake artistry