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Wired redesigns

The UK edition of Wired magazine has undergone a redesign, with new layouts, new templates and new typefaces from A2 and Sawdust. We asked creative director Andrew Diprose about the changes, and Sawdust’s Jonathan Quainton and Rob Gonzalez about their striking 3D lettering (above)…

TDC: Judges’ Choices

Ahead of the announcement of the winners of this year’s Type Directors Club awards, we have the judges’ choices of their favourite projects this year

Got, got, got, need…

World Cup special issue: Al Mitchell, creative director of The Potting Shed design agency, recalls how Panini’s sticker album for Mexico 86 opened his eyes to design

Pelican Flies Again

The story behind the design and relaunch of Penguin Press’s Pelican imprint

Collins designs AIGA’s centennial book

Since January, American graphics association AIGA has been celebrating its centennial in style, launching websites, events across the country and a beautiful exhibition curated by Monotype celebrating 100 years in type design. For its Centennial Gala, New York agency Collins created a book and installation commemorating the organisation’s past and its 2014 medallists.

Bloomberg Businessweek announces new creative directors

Following Richard Turley’s departure in April, Bloomberg Businessweek has promoted two of its design team, Rob Vargas and Tracy Ma, to creative director and deputy creative director roles. We talked to them about the moves and what it means for BBW

The Photography Annual 2017

Creative Review’s Photography Annual seeks to
celebrate great images – those who take them
and those who commission them. View all the
winning work in our current print issue

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The Annual 2018

The Creative Review Annual is one of the most
respected and trusted awards for the creative
industry. We celebrate the best creative work from
the past year, those who create it and commission it.

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