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Since 2007, graphic designer Iain Cadby has worked with London gallery the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, creating exhibition identities and books for shows by some of the world’s best known street artists. He has now published a book on the thinking and process behind his designs, including work for Ron English, Adam Neate, Boris Tellegen (DELTA) and José Parlá…
To promote Earth Hour 2015 – a global lights-out event to raise awareness of climate change – WWF and environmental charity Do the Green Thing have commissioned designers and artists to create a series of products using everyday objects. Inventions include a functioning paper record player and some charming robot toys made out of stencils…
The March issue of CR, which looks at the world of creativity on-screen, is also available for iPad, where you’ll find all the print mag articles and exclusive additional content in Hi Res, our showcase gallery section, and CRTV, with video profiles of creative people, animations and other moving image work from around the world….
For our March 2015 issue, we take a look at the world of creativity on-screen, including Event Cinema, an interview with journalist and filmmaker Adam Curtis, Monument Valley, the creative director of FIFA 15, how movie stars are preparing for a career after death and how Vice is shaking up the world of news reporting
Our latest pick of new designs includes graphics and interiors for a beer exhibition, visual identities for an architecture practice, a North London supermarket and children’s TV channel Boomerang, a new music streaming app and a poster exhibition paying tribute to Massimo Vignelli.
With Ghostbusters set for a 2016 reboot, the original film’s ‘no ghost’ symbol has been all over social media recently, but will it return for another outing, such is its standing as one of the most recognisable logos in the movies? No need to call anyone – here’s all you need to know about it
Catch Me Daddy, the debut film from British directors and writers Daniel and Matthew Wolfe, is in cinemas later this month. The highly detailed poster created for its release is also a combined effort – and a darkly surreal artwork in its own right – by graphic designer Fraser Muggeridge and artist Mu Pan