Vice founder and chief executive Shane Smith discusses the company’s rapid expansion, making content that resonates with young people and why he believes native TV advertising is more sustainable than traditional branded spots
Our new issue is packed full of help and advice for anyone starting out in the creative industry, whether you are a new graduate or thinking of launching a new business
We invited CR readers to submit questions on anything from getting that first placement to funding your own business to Pip Jamieson, founder of creative network The Dots. We also added some of our own. Here are her responses
Twenty years since its last issue, pioneering dance and performance magazine, Dance Ink, returns under the design direction of Abbott Miller at Pentagram
Fresh graduate Alec Mezzetti uses graphic design to comment on the housing crisis. Here he discusses his investigative approach to design.
Alan Vest’s illustration work has graced an album cover, appeared on a beer label and been published in The Guardian – all while he was still studying at the Cleveland College of Art and Design
Photographer Thom Atkinson has revisited his 2014 series on historical military equipment and focused on the kit that soldiers from Britain, France, Germany, Russia and the US took into battle during the First World War.
Our July issue is a museums special, taking a look at the challenges facing cultural institutions and how creativity is helping to meet them. Plus, Jeremy Herrin, Pictoplasma, We Built This City and Missoni
A special issue of the magazine including a Google cardboard VR viewer promised to take readers “halfway around the world”
Some people have an impression that Cannes Lions is all about rosé and pool parties. But, as I regularly tell my colleagues who aren’t going this year, it’s in fact about learning. With that in mind, here’s our pick of 15 talks you shouldn’t miss.