Creative Review has been bringing the creative community together since 1980. It delivers the sharpest opinion, analysis and advice on life in the creative industries, with a focus on insight, leadership, process and inspiration.
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Educational establishments such as schools, colleges and libraries can benefit from an institutional subscription to the Creative Review archive. This allows all your staff and students to access almost 40 years of creative insight. The powerful search functionality enables users to quickly and easily search for a term across a particular issue, year or the entire archive.
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Tom Watson, Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, talks to Pentagram’s Naresh Ramchandani
and Droga5’s Grace Francis about Responsibility
Farah Kabir, co-founder of condom brand Hanx, and mindful sex app Ferly co-founder Anna Hushlak talk about Sex and Taboos
Punchdrunk’s Stephen Dobbie and Game of Thrones Production Designer Deborah Riley discuss Storytelling
A visual conversation between artists Edward Carvalho-Monaghan and Petra Eriksson about Food
Artists and satirists Stephen Collins, Christopher Spencer (aka Cold War Steve) and Flo Perry talk about Humour
Photographers Alexander Coggin and Tommy Kha discuss Identity
Designers Lucienne Roberts and Clive Russell (Extinction Rebellion) discuss the role of design in contemporary activism
We speak to Production Designer Mark Friedberg about creating the look of the new Joker film
An oral history of the PlayStation game Wipeout by its makers