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CR July: The Live issue

CR July is dedicated to innovation in live experiences with features on theatre, virtual reality, live streaming apps and the revitalisation of a great British seaside amusement park. Plus we have interviews with Tamara Rojo, the artistic director of the English National Ballet, and the Glastonbury Festival’s Emily Eavis

Record sleeves of the month

Our latest pick of great album art includes an animated record sleeve for Jaga Jazzist, acid bright folk art for Nozinja, a beautiful deluxe box set for Of Monsters and Men and some psychedelic designs for Tame Impala. First up, though, is Andrew Archer’s illustrated cover art for Everything Everything’s Get to Heaven.

In tune

Music and luxury fashion brands are a natural fit but there is a lot more that can be done to exploit the relationship

Sony World Photography Awards 2015

The winners of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards have been announced, with American photographer John Moore from Getty Images winning the L’Iris d’Or Photographer of the Year award, for his series depicting the Ebola crisis in Liberia.

From stage to screen

Event cinema is increasing public access to the arts by bringing cultural experiences to the big screen, from opera to theatre and museum exhibitions

Shooting with Wes Anderson

Matt Zoller Seitz talks to Wes Anderson’s regular cinematographer Robert Yeoman about the techniques and ideas used to create the unique on-screen worlds

Ghostbusters and the ‘no ghost’ logo

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

Rebranding Kalashnikov: would you?

It’s been hailed as a design classic, and blamed for the deaths of millions. Now Kalashnikov and its parent company has announced a rebrand and an ambition to become as big as Apple. Would you help them?

Ideas Foundation’s Creative Media Camp

Earlier this month, creative charity the Ideas Foundation invited CR to the finale of its Creative Media Camp: an annual week-long summer scheme giving 15 to 19-year-old students an insight into advertising…

When Dogs and Culture Collide

Online publication Four&Sons has released a beautifully designed print magazine, bringing together an inspired mix of dog-centric creative content.

Ad agencies on Twitter: the rights and wrongs

Getting the right tone of voice on Twitter is a fine art: Paul Domenet, ECD of Johnny Fearless, offers ad agencies some tips, plus picks his favourite ad tweeters.

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