The football club has confirmed that it will be redesigning its club badge following a lengthy consultation process with members and fans
Pat Schleger was one of Britain’s foremost Modernist graphic practitioners. Patrick Argent recalls her life as a designer, author and highly respected central figure within the profession
Along with our colleagues on Marketing Week and Design Week, CR is launching a major piece of research into careers and pay in the design, advertising and marketing industries. And we need your help
Panic!, a survey of working life in the cultural and creative industries by arts organisation Create in association with Goldsmiths, University of London, University of Sheffield, and LSE, reveals that the arts are now virtually a closed shop where most people are middle class. The survey comes at a crucial time for the arts sector, with further cuts to funding expected in the government’s spending review on November 25.
Illustrator and designer Tim Fishlock has collaborated with Simpsons writer and producer Josh Weinstein on a new illustrated children’s book, Sir Benfro’s Big Adventure. The title features the same character as Fishlock’s 2012 app, Sir Benfro’s Brilliant Ballon, and tells the tale of a young explorer on a hunt for the world’s most frightening beast….
December’s Creative Review is a double issue – we look at how creativity is being applied to the world of sport, plus, turn the magazine over and you can enjoy 89 pages of the very best imagemaking in the Photography Annual 2015
Entries to the Type Directors Club’s prestigious annual competition are still welcomed – the deadline to enter one of the world’s most famous typographic awards is December 11
Once a gritty industrial neighbourhood, New York’s Meatpacking District has been transformed in recent years with the arrival of boutique hotels, designer stores and a new Whitney museum. It now has a sleek visual identity designed by Base, which uses contrasting typefaces to reflect the area’s past and present…
Tate Britain has launched a series of posters highlighting three of its most famous paintings in its collection. Unusually, they don’t feature any of the art – instead, a few lines of text conjure up the image and how we might experience it. It’s a technique which has generated some interesting work over the years
Creative partnership Gilles & Cecilie has unveiled two new projects completed for a primary and a secondary school in Greenwich in London. Students were involved in both projects which resulted in a range of geometric patterns, vibrant lettering and supergraphic type