The 6 Faces of CR

The October issue of Creative Review features six different cover images, drawn from the winners of our Photography Annual. The photographers featured are, top row, left to right: Giles Revell, Matthew Georgeson, Julia Fullerton-Batten
Second row, left to right: Nadav Kander, Richard Bailey, Nick Georghiou.
As this is a double issue – a normal issue plus, turn the magazine over and start again from the back for the Photography Annual – each copy effectively has two covers (the issue cover and the Photography Annual cover). To confuse things further, and to make the most of some of the great work featured inside, we have produced the issue in three different versions. All three are available on the newsstand so you can choose the one you like best. Or, who knows, even buy them all…

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The October issue of Creative Review features six different cover images, drawn from the winners of our Photography Annual. The photographers featured are, top row, left to right: Giles Revell, Matthew Georgeson, Julia Fullerton-Batten
Second row, left to right: Nadav Kander, Richard Bailey, Nick Georghiou.

As this is a double issue – a normal issue plus, turn the magazine over and start again from the back for the Photography Annual – each copy effectively has two covers (the issue cover and the Photography Annual cover). To confuse things further, and to make the most of some of the great work featured inside, we have produced the issue in three different versions. All three are available on the newsstand so you can choose the one you like best. Or, who knows, even buy them all…

Carnivorous Bouquet by Giles Revell
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Metropolis by Matthew Georgeson
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Mother and Baby by Julia Fullerton-Batten
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David Lynch by Nadav Kander
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To Be A Dad by Richard Bailey
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American Bull Dog by Nick Georghiou
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