The Storytelling issue, Oct/Nov 2017, is out now.
We invited writers to respond to our cover image
this month: read their stories inside.
PLUS: Tom Gauld, Oliver Jeffers, Giphy & S-Town
Illustrator Elliott Quince has won the Edinburgh Festival Comedy Poster Awards with a series of 21 designs promoting Michael Stranney and Olaf Falafel’s standup show, Expect the Unexporcupine…
Festival-goers are increasingly expectant for an experience that as visually stimulating as it is culturally enriching, beyond the live music. We talk to Latitude Festival arts curator Tania Harrision and designer Ami Jade Cadillac, about what it takes to create a temporary wonderland in the beautiful Suffolk countryside.
After touring this year’s degree shows, we’ve selected visual communications graduates from across the UK who we feel have produced outstanding creative portfolios, and will be showcasing their work on the site this summer. Next up, Sheffield Hallam graduate Nathaniel Warnes whose motion graphics work really stood out at New Blood this year
Don’t forget you can also get the January issue of CR, the music issue, for iPad, where you’ll find all the print mag articles and exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….
Great cartoonists and comic book artists can capture the complexities of life in a few drawn panels. British illustrator Stephen Collins adds in a fantastic ear for dialogue and an uncanny ability to pick up on contemporary mores to make some of the funniest work around. His new book features 100 of his best strips to date
Designers on the big screen are so few and far between that the film that best reflects our profession is a Pixar animation, says Daniel Benneworth-Gray