Launched in 1980, Creative Review inspires, informs and stimulates debate across the fields of advertising, design and visual culture worldwide. Providing thought-provoking content covering graphic design, advertising, digital media, illustration, photography, typography and essentially, any other form of visual communication.
Issue 38/04 August/September 2018
Change your body, change your life, change advertising, change workplace, change your job, change culture, change education, change a community and change a future in which there could be more plastic in our oceans than fish.
We meet Neal Whittington, designer-turned proprietor of Present & Correct - every creative’s favourite stationery supplier.
Marice Cumber, the founder of London charity Accumulate explains how photography is being used to help the city’s homeless.
As Sir John Sorrell prepares for the next London Design Biennale, we talk to him about ensuring the future of UK design.
Sophie Thomas looks at what designers can do to stop the deluge of plastic waste in our oceans.
John Allison and Chris Bovill talk us through a project that tested every aspect of their creative leadership skills.
We speak to Yinka Ilori about telling stories about his Nigerian heritage through furniture.
Gem Fletcher picks her highlights from Recontres d’Arles, the world’s most important and influential photography festival.