Hercules and Love Affair’s London gig will feature surreal visuals from David Wilson, Andrew Thomas Huang, Matilda Finn and more. We spoke to Wilson about curating the project
Print magazine Parterre de Rois explores themes from happiness to absence through art and photography. With the fifth issue out this week, we spoke to the magazine’s co-founders Molly Molloy and Gianni Tozzi about curating the award-winning publication
5054 is a new car magazine, or more accurately, a new magazine about automotive culture. Its uncoated stock, liberal use of illustration instead of the standard high-gloss car photography that dominates most titles in the sector signal that this is an attempt to apply the aesthetics of the independent magazine culture to a sector that in the past has been dominated by gloss and testosterone
Big Hid, a beautifully illustrated children’s book, has been published this month by Flying Eye Books. It was created by Roisin Swales when she was a student and discovered by the publisher at her graduate show. We talk to her about managing early success and what advice she would give to this year’s grads to get attention for their work
An unusual creative magazine produced by Brian Baderman is giving voice to residents of the Arlington hostel in London
The award-winning director talks to CR about addressing adland’s gender imbalance and making her voice heard in a male-dominated industry
We talk to Lisa King, director of communications at Refuge, about how the charity uses a mix of both shocking and uplifting advertising approaches to get attention, plus the impact on its work of The Archers’ domestic abuse storyline.
Need a reason to feel excited about advertising again? Grey London may have just provided it in the pairing of Vicki Maguire and Caroline Pay as joint Chief Creative Officers. We talk to the duo about their plans.
Asif Kapadia is best known for his compelling documentaries about gifted and tragic figures. He received an Oscar and a BAFTA for Amy – a heartbreaking film about the late Amy Winehouse – and another two BAFTAs for his Ayrton Senna biopic, Senna. (The film tells the story of the late Formula One driver, who won the […]