Creative Review - The Money Issue

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After 25 years at the helm of Creative Review, Patrick Burgoyne signs off his final issue titled... more
- "Creative Review - The Money Issue"
After 25 years at the helm of Creative Review, Patrick Burgoyne signs off his final issue titled "The Money Issue". An issue dedicated to creativity and cash. Featuring advice on how to start, grow and sell a creative business + the value of education + blockchain for creatives and the design of money. Plus, we’ve had the Brixton Pound and the Bristol Pound, what about a Creative Pound?
 
"Editing CR has been a huge privilege. Despite the tough times that publishing has been through in the last decade, I have never lost sight of how lucky I have been. Magazines (I do still think of it as a magazine, despite our presence on multiple digital platforms these days) are precious, wonderful things. People care about what we do and, in turn, we care about how
we do it. I’d like to thank everyone who has worked with me here on CR for their help, their passion, their commitment and their sheer good company over the years. And, of course, I’d
like to thank all our readers and all the brilliant creative people I have met along the way. Good luck Eliza – over to you!"
Patrick Burgoyne, Editor
 
FEATURES
  • Breakthroughs Leading creatives - such as photographer Lauren Green eld – on the projects that gave them their big break
  • Making Ends Meet We talk to Mr Bingo, Jack Renwick, Telegramme Paper Co and Craig Oldham about how they manage finances
  • Is University still worth the money? Recent graduates – and one tutor – give us their views on the true value of a university education
  • Carter and Father Phil and Joe Carter on their decision to set up together as a father and son graphic design studio
  • The design of money We meet Julian Payne, Creative Director at De La Rue, the world’s largest commercial banknote printer 
  • Money talks Nick Asbury looks back at banks’ attempts to adopt a more friendly tone of voice, and the impact of fintech startups
STARTING POINTS
  • Exposure, featuring the work of photographers Joyce Ng, JUCO and Vasantha Yogananthan
  • How I Got Here: illustrator Noma Bar
  • Paul Pensom on dogs and design studios
  • Perfectionism and creativity
THE MONEY ISSUE
  • Ben Kay on the plummeting salaries of adland
  • Thinking of selling your business?
  • How transparency can tackle the gender pay gap
  • Imogen Heap’s blockchain vision for music
  • Creating local currencies
CREATIVE LEADERS
  • Why Clive Grinyer thinks there’s never been a better time to be a designer
  • How We Met: Toiletpaper
  • Anna Higgs on turning a passion into a full-time job
  • Tanya Livesey on the fear of public speaking
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Creative Review is a bimonthly print and online magazine. The magazine focuses on commercial... more
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Creative Review is a bimonthly print and online magazine. The magazine focuses on commercial creativity, covering design, advertising, photography, branding, digital products, film and gaming. The magazine is published bi-monthly in print and also has an online magazine and a podcast.

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