Month: August 2021

A cheeky rebrand for a female-led production company aims to keep playfulness in mind

Carrying this motif through, a vibrant red was used minimalistically to “dial up the sense of passion” and, the team says, to emphasise the “O” from the logotype as a pair of lips. The colour

Jasper Fry captures the surreal world of London’s prop houses

Prop Houses is on display at Act One Cinema until 5 September;; Jasper Fry first became intrigued with prop houses thanks to his wife Imogen who, as a prop buyer, visits them regularly.

Helvetimart, a Swiss packaging design by Anagrama Studio

Brace Your Dog Bowls Back in October, while I scrambled to adjust to life with our new puppy, I got wind of a fresh new startup named Ollie — an online food subscription service for

Explore the nature of communication through Yuri Suzuki’s multi-sensory London installation

“The mission is all about bonding with the community,” says Suzuki, “with an inviting, natural presence and quality acoustics.” Although, as Suzuki mentions, the exhibit is in a very central, and very busy part of London,

Rio Blake brings us Notting Hill Carnival through photography after it was cancelled yet again

If you’re desperate to catch just an ounce of that carnival energy that we’ve been starved of for the past couple of years, fear not. Although the pandemic unfortunately squashed the hopes and dreams of

André Derainne’s new comic is a colourful excursion into the food, culture and architecture of Ho Chi Minh

Throughout, André has given special attention to lively and bountiful tones of his illustration style, which is a contrast to the previously soft and slow visual language seen before. This transition is an intentional move

The Photography Annual 2021: Deadline extended!

The deadline for entries is September 10. For all information on entering, and to view last year’s winning work, visit Now in its 15th year, the Creative Review Photography Annual celebrates great image-making across

Penguin goes green with ethereal covers by Tom Etherington

This latest student collaboration follows Penguin’s announcement of the winners of its annual Student Design Award, earlier this year. Penguin Classics has announced the launch of its new Green Ideas series – a collection of

The rise of anti design

Creative Insight “I love it when someone’s like, ‘so yeah we want the whole thing to look kind of weird and horrible’,” says Rifke Sadleir, a designer, developer and one half of digital studio DXR.