* Prices may differ from that shown
Creative Review has been the inspirational bible for decades for everyone in the advertising and creative industries. The magazine has been there, done it and got the T-shirt. If you are a part of, or want to be inspired by the visual culture and collective art of communications all around us then this publication is one that shouldn't go amiss. With worldwide readership, this (not so) little monthly magazine will be your version of the News of the World!
If your cup of tea is creative advertising, modern graphic design trends and progressive illustration movements, mixed together with innovative photography and aspects of visionary digital media breakthroughs in the world today then you've come to the right place. Each issue is packed full of features and articles containing all of the latest creative talent and trends in the advertising and design industry, it will leave your inner creative angels and demons thirsty for more. With the magazine setup to focus on new talent, it doesn't disappoint to inspire its readers to push themselves that extra step further and to one day hope that they themselves will get covered in the future.
With the ever constant world, economic and technical changes, Creative Review is found in many design and advertising agencies throughout the world, proving that to be the best you need to keep up with the best. Every creative person in the industry today thrives to better themselves and be in contact with the creative progression made by others - this is the perfect imagination and information outlet on the news shelves today.
If you enjoy great graphic design, advertising and photography then you should check out Creative Review. Published monthly the magazine usually costs around £5 which may be expensive for some but a necessary price for others.
It can be found in most magazine retailers although more often in the bigger city stores than small newsagents.
The magazine aims to bring the latest and greatest in art and design. The work comes from around the world and isn't limited in what mediums. Often Creative Review focus on particular mediums in certain issues with an annual review at the end of the year. Features often go into detail on the background of the design or topic and so give you a bit more insight than you might find otherwise.
I don't read this magazine particularly often as I find the articles a little too wide-ranging for what you would expect to be a focused publication. However, there is clearly a lot of thought put into the magazine itself with great design in the features and the magazine is often 'branded' itself by the use of different paper types, innovative use of the cover and other features - something you will rarely find in other magazines.
If you want to keep up with the latest in the graphic design industry, or for that matter the creative industry and you can shell out £5 a month this magazine is definitely work a look at.