Chelsea’s graphics degree show is always one of the most exciting around: we check out this year’s crop of grads
Discover great new illustration and the people behind it
North’s new visual identity for the Southbank Centre hopes to finally unite this cultural hub by looking back to its roots in the Festival of Britain – and bringing a bold, type-led approach up to date
Last month, CR organised a roundtable discussion on the subject of wellbeing at work, the results of which will inform our forthcoming report on this area of creative workplace design. We also want to know about your experiences – via a survey
We take a look at some of the highlights from Kingston University’s Graphic Design degree show – including a new way to explore art, a trio of Trump-themed computer games and an imagined identity for an independent London
Last week’s UK General Election was unusual in many ways. We saw the abandonment of many election traditions, particularly in the way the various parties marketed and promoted themselves. Instead we saw creative and unusual ways of talking to the public, especially via social media channels. In this article, we focus on one such example, with Ella Saltmarshe of The Comms Lab explaining how she and a group of friends used creative thinking to encourage young women to vote.
As degree season kicks off, CR will be visiting as many graduation shows as is humanly possible and bringing you our highlights of each. To begin, here is our five picks of work from the Manchester School of Art show.
East London Comic Arts Festival returns to Hackney this weekend with three days of talks, workshops, screenings and a showcase of great publications
Artist Stanley Donwood, renowned for his work with Radiohead, has transformed the cupola at the Bonnefantenmuseum Maastricht, covering the space with an intricate black-and-white painting, which is completed with a sound piece by Thom Yorke.
For the launch of its call for entries to discover the best in creative self-portraiture, the Berlin group has commissioned 12 artists to each create their own character selfie
From books and comics, to TV and cinema – how we engage with science fiction has influenced how we think about the future, the Barbican’s vast new survey suggests
Election day in Britain is here at last. As the country takes to the polls, we take a look how this bumpy and bruising battle has played out in advertising and on social media