Peter Saville

Reissue, repackage, repackage…

If record labels don’t invest appropriately in the packages they proclaim to be extra special, then they run the risk of totally killing the concept of the physical release

CR Blog Top Ten 2010

From wallpaper to gravestones, children’s bedrooms to the history of London, we round up the ten most popular stories on the Creative Review website this year

Wim Crouwel at the Design Museum

In news sure to send a frisson through the design community, London’s Design Museum announced today that it is to stage a major retrospective of the work of Wim Crouwel, opening in March

The Ghost In The Machine

His editorial designs continue to inspire, provoke and outrage om equal measure, such is the influence of the inimitable Mike Meire

CR December 10 issue

If you’re not quite sure what to read first in CR’s December issue, the cover features a handy guide to the contents, courtesy of the design department at New York magazine

Towards Madison Valley

CR’s Click conferences in the US revealed that software and storytelling are becoming equal partners in the American ad scene

Process: The Working Practices of Barney Bubbles

Currently showing at the Chelsea Space in London is an exhibition exploring the working practice of the late, great Barney Bubbles. The show gives an insight into the imaginative mind of Bubbles, featuring letters, sketches and artwork proposals, alongside finished works.

Peter Saville designs new England shirt

England’s footballers will be wearing a new home shirt for their European Championship qualifier against Bulgaria on September 3, featuring graphics designed by Peter Saville

The Fantastic Mr Foxx

John Foxx has been championing the new for 40 years in his experiments in music, art and graphic design. At 57, he’s still working to combine all three