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Creative Review is a monthly magazine targeted on the commercial arts and design scene. In general it focuses content on media originating in United Kingdom, Europe, and the United States, and showcases contemporary advertising, film & tv, graphic design, illustration, new media, photography, service design, and typography.
History and profile
Creative Review, launched in 1981, is published by Centaur Media, and has been edited by Patrick Burgoyne since 1999. On 22 January 2019, Centaur Media announced that Creative Review had become part of XEIM, a rebranded marketing division.
The magazine runs several awards and competitions throughout the year. Creative Review also publishes an annual double issue titled Creative Review – The Annual which showcases the best work of the year in visual communication from the fields of advertising, graphic design, digital media, packaging, music videos and related media. A separate Creative Review - The Photography Annual specializes in the best photography of the year.
Cover art typically features typography, photography, graphics and illustration. Rarely do covers feature the actual artists.
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