Australian designer Derek Samuel has created a beautiful catalogue for photographer Isamu Sawa’s Without Water series of flower photographs
Former YCN Studio director Alex Ostrowski has set up a new creative agency, Lovers. We take a look at some of its recent projects, including visual identities for Blink Art and the Royal Court Theatre, some animated films for NSPCC addressing violence and sexual abuse and a new series of handbooks for The Scouts.
Design director Gail Bichler talks through the process of creating an issue full of ‘visual journeys’ and, in using Alec Soth’s self-portrait taken from inside his room in the Park Hyatt hotel in Tokyo, making one of the best magazine covers of the year
Good Housekeeping may not be up there with Nova and Twen in the Pantheon of 1960s magazine design, but, as a recent eBay purchase revealed, it had its moment, says CR art director Paul Pensom
Channel 4 has launched a refresh of its branding, centred around a bold new take on its classic logo. Featuring idents from Jonathan Glazer and two new fonts from Neville Brody, the new look is dynamic, playful and at times a little bit bonkers…
In his first commission for Pluto Press, David Pearson was asked to create the covers for 13 new editions of works by the renowned linguist and political commentator, Noam Chomsky. Eight covers in, Pearson sheds light on how a single typeface is keeping it all together
For the launch of new book, Seven Brief Lessons on Physics, Penguin has created a charming website which explores some of the theories addressed in the collection. The design of the site is inspired by the book’s cover by Coralie Bickford-Smith
The Great Western Railway is reborn with a new Pentagram-designed identity that rebrands train operating company First Great Western. But can looking back to the railway’s distinguished past help the company to move forward?
The October print issue of Creative Review examines the ideas and organisations that are having an impact on the way we live and the homes we live in
If Futura Extra Bold was a person, what would they be like? Would you go on a date with them? And what does a typeface smell like? Sarah Hyndman’s Type Tasting games question our responses to fonts. Last weekend, she brought a pop-up version of her workshop to the V&A. Natalie Kelter describes what happened