Looking back at 10 years of The CR Annual

With the deadline for entries for The Creative Review Annual 2014 fast approaching, this Friday 24th January, CR editor Patrick Burgoyne looks back at his picks of the best work that we’ve featured in the last decade.

With the deadline for entries for The Creative Review Annual 2014 fast approaching, this Friday 24th January, CR editor Patrick Burgoyne looks back at his picks of the best work that we’ve featured over the last decade.




Now in its tenth year The Creative Review Annual continues to be trusted by the industry to highlight standout work from around the world, showcasing the best in visual communication from the past year. Each year, our panel of industry experts chooses the work that they feel represents the best of the year across advertising, design, digital and music videos, for publication in our special double issue

This year we want to make The Annual even more of a celebration, so we’ll also be throwing a bigger and better launch party at Village Underground in Shoreditch, with all the featured work on display. Enter your best work now for a chance to bag free tickets to the event!

The final deadline is this Friday 24th January, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of our very special issue celebrating 10 years of the CR Annual – click here to start your entry.

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