Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
Creative Review has been the square bible of creatives since 1980. With advice and opinions on the creative industries at 360 degrees, this historic magazine celebrates the jobs that matter, analyzing how and why they are done.
"We're here for everyone involved in commercial creativity, anywhere in the world. We share intuition and inspiration across multiple disciplines, connecting brilliant minds to make brilliant things happen."
Creative review is a magazine that has as its reference those professionals who have the difficult task of being innovative and exuberant in their ideas, while combining their artistic side with the needs of large commercial brands.
ISSUE 1 volume 41: The humor issue
The latest issue of Creative Review is dedicated to comic creativity and fun in our troubled times. We talk to the creatives and artists who are helping to shape what makes us laugh today, casting an amused look at artists, writers, illustrators, directors and photographers who find the comic side of our daily life and our torrid political landscape. .
With live shows stopped, we are witnessing a boom of emerging artists on social networks, for example on TikTok, who manage to reach the public with their comedy, bypassing the old intermediaries.
There is also talk of photography and satirical strips and, who would have thought it, the comic side of life (you know Buffalo Zine?).