The June issue of Creative Review launches a comprehensive redesign of the printed magazine, complete with new sections, typography and grid designed by CR’s Art Director Paul Pensom. Here, we explain the redesign and how it complements our new direction
Yes, we’ve had a redesign, with a new look, new sections and a new focus on what it takes to be a creative leader
You may not know his name but you’ll know his work. Ralph Wills and the team at PH Media handle the repro for many of the UK’s leading art, fashion and design magazines, from Avaunt to Wonderland (and CR!). We talk to him about the changing world of magazines and what he thinks the future holds for print
Over 26 pages, Cristiana Couceiro’s perfectly weighted illustrations convey the realities of cancer in the magazine’s recent health issue.
Are we witnessing a new wave of minimalism in graphic design? In his book, Min, art director Stuart Tolley sets out to map the apparent desire for simplification and paring back – and explore why this is happening
Freelance illustrator Jamie Kirk has created a colouring zine to raise money for mental health charities during Mental Health Awareness Week, with artwork by Jean Jullien, Brosmind, Ben Tallon and more…
Jefferson Hack has published a new book on publishing, creativity and collaboration to coincide with the 25th anniversary of Dazed & Confused. Part retrospective, part manifesto, We Can’t Do This Alone features interviews with cultural figures from Ai Wei Wei to Alexander McQueen alongside a look at Dazed, Nowness and AnOther’s many collaborations with artists, designers and musicians over the years.
Illustrator Christoph Niemann has created a charming augmented reality cover for The New Yorker magazine which transports viewers to an animated cityscape via a ride on the subway.
Our May issue is all about social media, with advice on how to run successful Kickstarter campaigns, work with YouTube influencers and make great content for Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. It’s also our Annual, with over 100 pages of outstanding design, advertising and creative projects selected by a panel of industry experts
Each year, our Annual judges select projects of special merit for our Annual’s Best in Book section. Here are this year’s Best in Books in Design