Creative Review 2012.05 (May Issue)
The Annual Issue
It's the biggest issue in our history – our 216-page double May issue with all the winning work in this year's Creative Review Annual, in association with Bigstock.
Great features on George Lois, Ways of Seeing, Flatstock, British Design at the V&A, the future of the book and much much more.
The Annual is our showcase of the finest work of the past 12 months as selected by our judges. The best of the best is featured in The Annual's Best in Book section, which include's Johny Kelly's fantastic Chipotle animation.
A wonderful identity for a children's hospital in Peru by Dutch designer Rejane Dal Bello, The Greenpeace: A New Warrior website by DDB Paris and unlike some award shows (cough, cough) we have also honoured the Comedy Carpet by Gordon Young and Why Not Associates.
The rest of the Annual showcases our judges' picks (on which we will post more soon) according to the month in which the work launched.
Turn over the magazine, start again from the front and you can enjoy all the features in our May issue, which include an examination of the lasting importance of Ways of Seeing as the TV show and book marks its 40th anniversary.
Eliza Williams interviews the indefatigable George Lois on the eve of publication of his new book, Damn Good Advice.
Plus we have features on why digital technology represents both a threat to and a possible saviour of the high street and the museum.
Some intriguing examples of the book in the present, with the release of this year's list of The Most Beautful Swiss Books.
In our Crit section, Rick Poynor bemoans the lack of graphic design in the V&A's British Design show.
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