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28 Aug, 2009

Subscribers: check the packaging!

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

CR subscribers will notice something unusual about their CR package this month when it arrives on their doormats. The issue comes in a noticeably perforated card envelope (sorry about the slightly out of focus photo above) – and is the first in a series of special Creative Review packaging solutions that will explore and utilise different […]

28 Aug, 2009

Welcome to 2007

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

We’ve steadily been adding content from back issues of CR to the website: all of the content from 2007 is now up and available to view… A few highlights include, from the February issue, Peter Saville on the notion of selling out as a designer And, from the same issue, philosopher AC Grayling discussing the […]

28 Aug, 2009

CR September issue

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

The September issue of CR is all about this year’s graduates. We have given all our feature space over to eight eager, fresh-faced young creative types yearning to make their mark They are: James Callahan and Joe Keirs from University of Leeds Matt Robinson and Tom Wrigglesworth from Kingston Tomomi Sayuda from LCC Mark Boardman […]

28 Aug, 2009

Tuning in to Radio Maliboom Boom

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

Publicis has created a new Malibu campaign to bring new life to the slogan ‘Get Your Island On’ – which was cooked up by the drink brand’s previous agency, Droga 5. The new campaign is based around the comical antics of MC Wonder Full and DJ Bernhard – who run a pirate radio station (Radio […]

28 Aug, 2009

The Mirror’s online footy archive

Posted by: admin In: Creative Review

Image of Charlie George (Arsenal) For the launch of mirrorfootball.co.uk, which includes an archive of The Mirror’s football photography, Delaney Lund Knox Warren has created a series of 48 sheet posters using some classic images of players from ten UK teams… While The Mirror’s digital archive could certainly do with some tweaks – the navigation can […]

28 Aug, 2009

Celebrity crime writer Dunne dies

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Best-selling US writer Dominick Dunne dies aged 83 after losing his battle with bladder cancer, his actor son Griffin Dunne confirms. Read the original article on the BBC

28 Aug, 2009

Early music discovered on carving

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

Musical historians believe the oldest surviving piece of written Scottish instrumental music has been discovered. Read the original article on the BBC

28 Aug, 2009

Garden show provokes green praise

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

A huge light and sound show at the Fringe is hailed by Green MSP Robin Harper for “provoking thought on climate change and nature”. Read the original article on the BBC

28 Aug, 2009

Paris Picasso gallery to be renovated

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

The Picasso Museum in Paris closes its doors for two years while the building undergoes a £17.6m renovation. Read the original article on the BBC

28 Aug, 2009

Comedy awards line-up announced

Posted by: admin In: BBC Arts

The shortlist of nominees for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe comedy awards, formerly known as the Perrier awards, is announced. Read the original article on the BBC


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