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Creative Review (10/11) November 2010

Creative Review (10/11) November 2010
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Publication Date Nov 2010
Description Our November issue features a print-tastic cover from Marian Bantjes which ties in with our profile piece on her, Open Studio, a look back at the early days of digital advertising and more. Marian's cover responds to our request to envision her ideal studio. Inside, Mark Sinclair talks to her about her life, her work and her first book, I Wonder. The foiling, by Celloglass, uses their Cellofoil Silver finish. More at celloglas.co.uk Also this month, we feature Open Studio, a creative space that is home to an eclectic bunch of young imagemakers, designeres and art directors. And Profero CD Matt Powell, in a chapter from new book Digital Advertising Past, Present and Future (put together by Creative Social) harks back to the early days of digital ads and the lessons learned. In Crit, Helen Walters visits Naoshima Island in Japan, where incredible art is everywhere. Gordon Comstock suggests that, despite a spate of high-profile people leaving the ad business, there's still plenty of opportunity to do great work – so stop whining and get on with it. Rick Poynor reviews a forthcoming book on Scott King. Jeremy Leslie notes that, when it comes to navigation, magazines are sophisticated and effective, but just aping those methods for the iPad is not necessarily a recipe for success. And Jörg M Colberg wonders what the township shack interiors featured in Peter Bialobrzeski's book Informal Arrangements tell us about the nature of portrait photography. And our Monograph this month features Satellite, Simon Norfolk's project about the launch of an Astra satellite.
ISSN 9770262103092
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Month November 2010
Language English
Publication Creative Review

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