For Chris Ware’s latest collaboration with The New Yorker, his cover art has been turned into a short animation based on a parenting tale taken from Ira Glass’s radio show, This American Life
Creative director Kuchar Swara has launched a new watch brand, Sekford, with designers Cédric Bellon and Pierre Foulonneau. Watches feature bespoke lettering by Commercial Type and a Gothic-style engraving by printmaker Mark Wilkinson…
Last year, Sophie Thomas, co-founder of studio Thomas.Matthews, travelled to Kamilo Point in Hawaii to see at first-hand the extent to which plastic waste is polluting the world’s oceans. She recently presented a talk – and artwork – based on her findings and suggested that designers have an important role to play in instigating real change
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
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
Following the terror attacks in the French capital, Jean Jullien’s Peace for Paris illustration was shared by thousands. While creative responses to tragic circumstances will always face criticism, the immediacy of a simple, sharable visual message can become a significant message of hope for many
Google Design’s first SPAN event in the UK took place in London yesterday, featuring a series of talks, panel discussions and workshops. Far from honing in solely on digital, much of the work discussed was grounded in the physical world – with a SPAN book produced to emphasise this important connection
Art supplies brand Winsor & Newton is hosting a night of live illustration at the ICA in London next week, with Christopher Corr, William Broome, Peter Millard and Gary Webb. We have 20 tickets for CR readers