Architecture

How coronavirus cancelled art school

For the Class of Covid-19, the pandemic has left them grappling with no access to workshops, ‘virtual’ degree shows and uncertain career prospects. CR investigates the deepening crisis in the UK’s art schools, and whether they are doing enough to support students

How I Work: Ibrahim Mahama

The Ghanaian artist gives new life to discarded materials in his often monumental projects which evoke centuries of history. He takes us through the process behind his work, and the value of bringing in ordinary people to create extraordinary installations

An image of Moto Guo and Kinder Eng, a couple that works together

Surviving and thriving as partners in life and work

Mixing business and pleasure isn’t always a bad idea – in fact, some swear by it. We speak to three creative couples about the unparalleled benefits that this kind of relationship can bring, how to avoid disasters and the value of letting go of barriers

Creating the intense world of Uncut Gems

Production designer and repeat Safdie Brothers collaborator Sam Lisenco talks to us about gaining trust in Manhattan’s insular Diamond District, reinforcing Adam Sandler’s character through design, and how the film became a love letter to a disappearing New York

How to create a playable city

Technology may be reshaping how we engage with urban spaces, but does it risk sucking the life out of them in the process? We explore some of the creative projects that are making our cities more playful

JUNIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER

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