Sebastian Conran has worked with retail startup Eyra to create a range of kitchen utensils for older people. We talk to Conran about how to create desirable products that can meet the needs of older consumers
With an angular typeface and a logo inspired by Icelandic folklore, Brandenburg’s identity for Iceland’s national football team pays homage to the country’s “fighting spirit”
The client-creative relationship has always existed in a state of both tension and joy. Here, we delve into the CR archives to explore how the business of working with clients has evolved over the past four decades and talk to Havas London CCO Vicki Maguire about what it’s like today
For almost 30 years, Creative Review ran a scheme called Creative Futures, celebrating the best and brightest new talent entering the industry. Here, graphic designer Anthony Burrill chats with us about the development of his career since being featured in 1996
Yusuf/Cat Stevens has released a new version of his 1970 track, Where Do The Children Play?, along with a poignant stop-motion video created by director Chris Hopewell. We talk to Hopewell about the making of the film
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From The Chemical Brothers to Little Dorrit, The Streets to Doctor Who, Adam Smith has had an eclectic and distinctive directing career. As his first feature film, Trespass Against Us, is released, we talk to him about working with Michael Fassbender, making the perfect concert visuals, and the importance of finding projects that speak to you.
In 1968, Nick Hedges was asked by Shelter to photograph some of the families living in Britain’s slums. Here, he discusses how he documented the housing crisis as part of a five year project and helped communicate the first concerns of the charity.