The creative industries are uniquely linked to mental health issues. Here the artist, photography professor and business-owner Steve Macleod speaks about a condition he has dealt with for as long as he can remember, and how it impacts his work and life
German gardening brand Hornbach and agency Heimat mark the garden season with an inversion of typical DIY advertising
Ahead of the release of her critically-acclaimed third feature film Out of Blue, the British filmmaker Carol Morley gives Creative Review an exclusive insight into the way she employs a visual book as a central aspect of feature film directing
The director of London’s Photographers’ Gallery reflects on the challenges the gallery faces in the post-Brexit era, her determination for its shows to be accessible, and on the skills she has – and lacks – when running such a significant cultural institution
Kellogg has announced a portfolio-wide redesign of its cereal boxes across Europe, the largest in its 113-year history – with a reduced role for many of its well-known cartoon characters. Are they starting to respond to political pressure?
Beautiful, Isn’t She?, which is made in collaboration with Transport for London and shown on the London Underground, uses frank portraits of new mothers in a bid to counteract unrealistic portrayals of the post-natal experience
Bob, a flamingo who flew into a window of a hotel, has become a popular TV star on the Caribbean island Curaçao. But what can his presence tell us about the complexities of wildlife photography?
The British director of Sexy Beast and Under The Skin reminds us of his advertising mastery with a commercial for Apple’s fourth-generation digiwatch
As a new retrospective opens at Tate Britain, the British photojournalist reflects on the sacrifices he made for his work, and casts doubt on how long photojournalism will survive