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Green shoots of recovery

If you’re a graduate taking your first steps towards a creative career this summer, you’ll no doubt look back on a time fraught with extraordinary challenges. Having grappled with isolation and been starved of access to the support networks that make arts education so enriching, those first steps into a world still in the grips of the Covid-19 pandemic...

Gregory Ferrand’s paintings explore disconnection and the human condition

Gregory Ferrand ventured down a couple of different paths before realising his true calling in the art world. The American artist originally studied film at Virginia Commonwealth University in the late 90s, before upping sticks for Buenos Aires to teach English to business people. “While living there I kept an illustrated journal in which I experimented...

Anita Fontaine brings an AR experience to the Mersey Ferry

Visitors to the Mersey Ferry this weekend are in line for a more epic experience than usual as the Abandon Normal Devices festival brings an AR art piece to the tour boat. The work is accessible via eight custom-built, tablet-based viewfinders on the decks of the ferry and completed by an audio track that can be listened to via headphones. In addition,...

Can design help football reconnect with fans?

As football clubs evolve into competitive brands, we look at how design and comms are shaping the image of the game, and what top flight clubs can learn from smaller teams The post Can design help football reconnect with fans? appeared first on Creative Review.

What’s next for the battle of the burger brands?

We look at the creative ways in which fast food brands are appealing to our tastebuds and standing out in a saturated market – from piggybacking off the vegan movement to embracing the allure of nostalgia The post What’s next for the battle of the burger brands? appeared first on Creative Review.

Graduates, show us your work!

Welcome to Gradwatch, Creative Review’s annual showcase of the best work from those finishing an undergraduate course in the arts this year. As usual we will be viewing as many degree shows as possible ourselves but would also love you to send us your work directly to help us to scope out the next generation of creative talent. We’re inviting anyone...

Roni Ahn’s photography explores relationships and human connection

Photographer Roni Ahn is currently based between Hong Kong and London and working on an array of personal and editorial projects for the likes of i-D, Document Journal, Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue HK.  Ahn first got into photography when she borrowed her family’s point-and-shoot at around 13, where she would go around capturing her friends. “I brought...

Daniel Benneworth-Gray enters a brave new world of design

After being given a shove via strangers on the internet, our design correspondent embarks on designing via tablet and uncovers a host of delights The post Daniel Benneworth-Gray enters a brave new world of design appeared first on Creative Review.

Human Rights Foundation spoofs Yeezy-Gap ads

The first product from Yeezy and Gap’s collab arrived with little warning earlier this month, via an audacious ad campaign that included posters, newspaper ads, and projections featuring only a photo of a blue puffer and a QR code. Unsurprisingly, it garnered plenty of attention. To try and capitalise on this, the Human Rights Foundation created its...

How do you shoot compelling sports photography?

Sports photography is changing, with a distinct trend for more personal stories emerging, whether for brands or editorial. Here CR speaks to three photographers who offer advice on how to capture these intimate moments The post How do you shoot compelling sports photography? appeared first on Creative Review.

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