Nobrow

The F Word

Folk art inspired illustration may be a passing trend, but the artists who best represent it have genuine roots in its traditions

Lars Bastholm, Steve Wax and Grant Parker

Creative Review is 30. To celebrate we have decided, in this 10 part feature, to look forward rather than back.

We asked a range of prominent figures, including practitioners, critics, curators and academics, to tell us about one thing, person, idea or place that they were excited about for the future.

For three decades we have covered the most interesting developments in visual communications: these articles will give you some idea of the ideas, people and directions that you might find in CR in the next 30 years.

CR March issue

The March issue of CR marks our 30th birthday. While we celebrate with a replica extract of the very first issue and a Monograph on great work from 1980, in the magazine we look forward rather than back

Pick Me Up at Somerset House

Coming to the neo-classical surroundings of London’s Somerset House in April is Pick Me Up, a new contemporary graphic art fair

An eye on Nobrow…

This year, several publications by printers and publishers Nobrow have appeared here on the blog in posts collecting Nice Publications. Now a few of their recently published projects warrant a post all of their own…