Dean Chalkley

Win a limited edition Return of the Rudeboy print

Dean Chalkley and Harris Elliott’s London exhibition, Return of the Rudeboy, explores the 21st century resurgence of rudeboy culture. The show features some beautiful photographic prints, and we have one to give away…

CR July iPad edition

Don’t forget the July 2014 issue of CR – the trends special – is also available on the iPad, where you’ll find all the print mag content and monograph alongside additional videos and exclusive images. Plus, there’s a lot more to be found in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people and other moving image work from around the world….

A poster a day for Earth Hour

Pentagram, WWF and environmental charity Do the Green Thing have launched a poster campaign to promote Earth Hour on March 29.

Earth Hour poster competition

WWF, Do the Green Thing and Pentagram have launched a competition inviting young creatives to design a poster promoting sustainable living.

Photography Annual Motion Category winners

This year’s Photography Annual included a brand new moving image category, which was judged by the CR editorial staff. Winners in this category included Carl Warner’s animated short for Findus, Adam Hinton’s work for the War Child charity, Dean Chalkley’s documentary ‘Young Souls’, which looks at the contemporary Northern Soul scene, and Dave Young’s ‘Everyone has a story’

CR Photography Annual launch

Last night we launched the 2011 Photography Annual at the Aubin Gallery in east London. Thanks to everyone who made it along and congratulations to the Best in Book winners who picked up their awards on the night

CR November issue: The Photography Annual

Creative Review’s November issue is our biggest for five years: 196 pages including 9 on Saul Bass, 6 on Brighton’s new football stadium, 6 on China’s young creatives and 85 pages of great images in our Photography Annual 2011

Young Souls exhibition by Dean Chalkley

Photographer Dean Chalkley’s latest exhibition of work shows young Northern Soul fans doing what they love best: dancing. The show, entitled Young Souls, is currently running at PYMCA’s central London gallery, Youth Club, just off Carnaby Street…

A Cautious Welcome

In our CGI special last year, photographer Carl Lyttle claimed that CGI would kill off studio photography. One year on, Diane Smyth finds that not only does photography still have a role, but that some photographers at least are beginning to see CGI as more opportunity than threat.

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