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CR October: the Home issue

The October print issue of Creative Review examines the ideas and organisations that are having an impact on the way we live and the homes we live in

Cosmonauts: Birth of the Space Age

A new exhibition opening at London’s Science Museum on Friday includes the largest collection of Soviet spacecraft and artefacts ever exhibited outside of Russia. We spoke to curators Doug Millard and Natalia Sidlina about the show, which also presents a fascinating look at space propaganda and cosmic art…

Intercity releases a series of prints based on the tread patterns of sneakers

The crossover between lovers of design and lovers of sneakers/trainers is well-established, so it’s likely that lots of you out there will enjoy this new series of prints from design studio Intercity, which feature details from the soles of various well-known sneaker brands. Geeky, you say? Never….

Dominic Wilcox designs ‘Brek Tech’ for Kellogg’s

Going back to school can feel a gloomy affair for some. So to cheer everyone up, Kellogg’s has commissioned Dominic Wilcox to create seven brilliantly silly pieces of ‘Brek Tech’, so that kids can start the day with a smile…

The design of play

How some of our leading designers responded to new thinking about the importance of play in education by creating beautiful toys

Former editor of CR Jeremy Myerson on becoming his own raging case study

When I was editor of Creative Review in the mid-1980s, writes Jeremy Myerson, I skipped around London adland under a thick bush of black hair. Thirty years later, my hair is silver, my step is heavier and as someone keenly interested in design and communication for older people, I am gradually becoming my own case study…

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