Jeremy Leslie

Back of the net! Goal pie!

Away from the newsstand, the indie publishing sector provides a more thoughtful take on football for the discerning fan

Design Studio of the Year

Each year in the Creative Review Annual we choose a Design Studio of the Year. Our winner this time is an in-house studio which has consistently delivered powerful, original work that has revived a sector of the media industry

Quick! It’s the CR April issue

Our April issue presents the work of three young animators and animation teams to watch. Plus, we go in search of illustrator John Hanna, test out the claims of a new app to have uncovered the secrets of viral ad success and see how visual communications can both help keep us safe and help us recover in hospital

How to be an independent

If you’re going to self-publish, you need a passion for your subject and a unique take on it

Mat Maitland creates an Electric Jungle for Kenzo

Illustrator Mat Maitland (who is also creative director at Big Active Design) has created a suitably vibrant film to promote fashion label Kenzo’s Resort 2013 collection. Colourful swirling patterns and brightly coloured animal prints abound…

NYC Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual

For lovers of American modernism, Pentagram sent forth a tweet on Valentine’s day that no doubt got some pulses racing. “Found in Pentagram NY’s basement, here is every last page of Unimark’s 1970 NYC Transit Authority Standards Manual”

EJAF’s Love Is In My Blood campaign boxes

Last week, dozens of celebrities received hand-illustrated boxes containing information about Love Is In My Blood, a new campaign by agency Mother to raise awareness for the work of the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF)…

Record sleeves of the month

Having not posted a record sleeve roundup last month, we’ve got a handful of great music packages to show you this week, with releases from The Horrors, Dutch Uncles, Yo La Tengo, Julia Kent, and more…

Cowbird design symposium

The relationship between print and digital is a subject close to our hearts at CR and it’s set to be the focus of the Cowbird design symposium on the 7-8 March, organised by Norwich University of the Arts

You Can’t Be My Girl

If you want to tell an engaging story of unrequited love, then why not tap into the work of filmmakers who really know how to shoot this stuff, as director Keith Schofield proves in this brilliantly assembled video for Darwin Deez track, You Can’t Be My Girl