New exhibition Burden of Proof at the Photographers’ Gallery looks at how photography became a fixture of forensics and aided the investigation of violent crime. Rick Poynor investigates
The front and back covers of our December Photo Annual issue feature the bound hands of New York’s shoe shiners, photographed by Christopher Griffith
It’s easier than ever to publish your own books. But how can you do it well? A new title from Self-Publish, Be Happy might help you find the answers you need.
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.
Craig Ward’s latest project transforms bacteria found on the New York subway into strange and rather beautiful typography. Here, he explains how his experimental lettering project came about, despite some strange looks from fellow passengers.
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
To launch the CR Photography Annual 2015, our showcase of the finest commercial photography of the last year, we held a private view last night at the Design Museum in London, with this year’s Best in Book winners on show…
How should we reconsider language and casting when marketing to older people? Are we ignoring demographic realities? Why are we still so obsessed with youth? These are just some of the questions considered by a group of industry experts at a panel discussion during the Festival of Marketing 2015
David Stewart has won this year’s Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize by restaging his 2008 entry, a portrait of his daughter and her friends. Here are some of our other favourite works from this year’s prize…
To stand out amongst the big “gorilla” brands, you have to communicate the emotional story of travel – real experiences, with real people – according to Hostelworld, speaking at FoM 2015