CR Annual 2012
The deadline for the next Creative Review Annual, our international showcase of the pick of the year's creative work, is December 12. And we also have some judges to tell you about
The Creative Review Annual is our major awards scheme. It showcases and celebrates the outstanding work of the previous year in visual communications.
Each year, our panel of industry experts chooses the work that they feel represents the best of the year for publication in our special May double issue of Creative Review (last year's shown above).
Our judges for the 2012 Annual include:
Andy Altmann, co-founder, Why Not Associates
Violetta Boxill, creative director, Alexander Boxill
James Hilton, co-founder and chief creative officer, AKQA
Nat Hunter, founder/creative director, Airside
Paul Jordan, executive creative director, Dentsu London
Greg Quinton, creative partner, The Partners
Andy Sandoz, creative partner, Work Club
Marina Willer, head of design, Wolff Olins
To register and make an entry today, click here.
CR in Print
Not getting Creative Review in print too? You're missing out.
In print, Creative Review carries far richer, more in-depth articles than we run here on the blog. This month, for example, we have nine pages on Saul Bass, plus pieces on advertising art buyers, Haddon Sundblom, the illustrator who ensured that Coke will forever be linked with Santa Claus, Postmodernism, Brighton's new football ground and much more. Plus, it's our Photography Annual, which means an additional 85 pages of great images, making our November issue almost 200-pages long, the biggest issue of CR for 5 years.
If you would like to buy this issue and are based in the UK, you can search for your nearest stockist here. Based outside the UK? Simply call +44(0)207 292 3703 to find your nearest stockist. Better yet, subscribe to CR for a year here and save yourself almost 30% on the printed magazine.
|Spin designs a new visual identity for UCA (8)|
|Jigsaw isn't rubbish (8)|
|Life through the Ladybird lens (6)|
|How Fredrik Bond achieved an 'epic strut' for Moneysupermarket.com (199)|
|Michael Wolff remembers Peter Denmark, the man who drew the BT Piper (11)|
|How Fredrik Bond achieved an 'epic strut' for Moneysupermarket.com|
|Designing for The Grand Budapest Hotel|
|Adam Curtis. Journalist|
|Designing for The Imitation Game|
|Recovering the Doves Type|