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The Ideas Generation

The Ideas Foundation exists to unlock the creative potential in kids from disadvantaged areas and ultimately encourage diversity in the creative industries. We sit in on one of its flagship projects

Get Art Flea in your year

This year’s Site Festival in Stroud, Gloucestershire will stage the inaugural Art Flea this weekend – a bizarre bazaar that puts an experimental spin on the humble flea market.

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

The Evian babies are back. Again.

Love them or hate them, the Evian babies are back for yet another ad campaign from BETC featuring the Live Young strap line…

AGI promises a more open conference

The organisers of this year’s AGI Open London conference are promising a more engaging experience with no boundaries between delegates and speakers and a strong educational focus

Is the ‘worm’ going to Mars?

It was on screen for just a second. But there it was in red on white. During the coverage of space tourist Dennis Tito’s announcement to take a ship to Mars and back, the above graphic leapt out at me. Could the NASA ‘worm’ be coming back into service?

The V&A’s changing face of Bowie print

Bowie stories, it seems, are like London buses today: two seem to have come at once. Here’s a look at a specially commissioned typographic Bowie print to which over 100 designers contributed…

Playtime at The Royal London’s Children Hospital

Artist Chris O’Shea has collaborated with digital production company Nexus Interactive Arts to create Woodland Wiggle – an interactive game for children displayed on an enormous telly in a new indoor play area at The Royal London Hospital’s dedicated Children’s Hospital…

Linder

From Buzzcocks to Parisian gallery: artist Linder created some of Punk’s most famous imagery. Now she is the subject of a major retrospective at the Musée d’Art Moderne. Linder and the show’s designers, APFEL, discuss how they brought her practice to life for the show