This is our second bimonthly issue of Creative Review, and at 164 pages it’s packed to the gills with delights, including Grayson Perry on rigour, Ben Terrett on the importance of trusting your team, James Lavelle, Vitra, Monument Valley II and how Generation Z is coming to shake up creativity…
Jonathan Puckey and Roel Wouters have teamed up with Google’s Data Arts Team to create a charming and fun interactive video for new track Dance Tonite by LCD Soundsystem. Here’s how it was made.
An ambitious year-long programme, HP Mars Home Planet will use virtual reality to simulate what a human population of one million could look like on Mars
A knitted pussy hat, on-air branding for the Premier League and Pokemon Go are among the designs shortlisted for the Beazley Designs of the Year award
This is the seventh episode of designer vs developer, Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers looks at the craft of coding. He speaks to Mariko Kosaka, a Developer Advocate on the Google Developers Relations Team, about the art she creates with code and how developers can embrace the notion of making something that isn’t necessarily useful but still has value.
Once the Eurostar plunges underwater, surely only the most worldweary among us aren’t secretly imaging what we might be able to see out the window, were it not pitch black and encased in a tunnel. While we may never know what sharks, buried treasure, mermaids etc. might really be lurking in the Channel, agency AKQA […]
Face-to-face contact with clients improves productivity and helps build strong relationships – if it’s done right. But if it’s done wrong, it leads to low energy levels, impairs productivity, and reduces the likelihood that a project will deliver against its objectives. Made by Many’s Peter Parkes shares their tips for success
New Order has taken over Stage 1 at Old Granada Studios in Manchester as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival. The band is performing a series of intimate gigs there which feature a 12-piece synth orchestra, and an elaborate light experience created by artist Liam Gillick. We talked to Gillick about creating a “concert machine” for the band.
“AI is not sentient … it’s just another piece of technology”: Hudson-Powell on creating an identity for Graphcore
Pentagram partners Luke Powell and Jody Hudson-Powell have created an identity system inspired by machine learning for Graphcore – a UK and US-based company that makes processing units for AI applications. The system avoids techy cliches and instead features a dynamic typeface, a shape generator and some colourful illustrations that aim to make AI seem more accessible