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Creative Review
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Creative Review

Magazine/blog featuring the best in visual culture. Since 1980. creativereview.co.uk

Part magazine, part arts journal, The Collective Quarterly offers a beautiful look at rural America

New site predominant.ly allows users to browse over 148,000 albums in Tunes' library by the colour of their artwork

Artwork for Björk's Vulnicura album features artwork and typography by M/M Paris and some striking portraits of the artist by Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

One of a series of murals by children's book illustrator Chris Haughton for the Royal London Children's Hospital, commissioned by Vital Arts. Haughton has also created rugs and paintings for the space, featuring lions, monkeys and a range of colourful creatures

Zoe Miller and David Goodman's colourful artwork for the Royal London Children's hospital, part of a Vital Arts project to improve patient experiences in the hospital through visual art and bespoke installations

Make Life Worth Living: Nick Hedges' Photographs for Shelter 1968-72, on show at London's Science Museum, is a moving exhibition of works from documentary photographer Nick Hedges, commissioned in 1968 by housing and homelessness charity Shelter to document the abject living conditions experienced in poor quality housing in the UK. Hedges visited towns and cities including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bradford and Glasgow, between 1968-72

Waiting: Selections from Erwin Olaf: Volume I & II features a selection of recent and previously unseen work by Erwin Olaf in his highly stylised aesthetic. Image by Erwin Olaf, courtesy of the artist and Hasted Kraeutler gallery New York

Waiting: Selections from Erwin Olaf: Volume I & II, on display at New York's Hasted Gallery until Feb 28, is described as abbreviated retrospective of the Dutch photographer's work, featuring recent and previously unseen images

Another of Texan artist Mark Lovejoy's macro photographs, which make striking use of a mix of commercial printing inks

Texan artist Mark Lovejoy's macro photographs capture mixes of commercial printing inks, with striking effects

Kim Kardashian offers some suggestions on how mobile users can make use of leftover data in this spot for T-Mobile

A very silly ad for Loctite superglue which, strangely, kind of works

BMW i3's Super Bowl ad makes a clever comparison between our dumbfounded early responses to the internet and present day reactions to electric cars. A smart way of talking about new technologies without being boring or preachy

The latest iteration of Snickers' 'you're not you' campaign reworks The Brady Bunch in amusing style

Mercedes-Benz pokes pokes fun at fashion films and the industry in a A Fistful of Wolves, a short film promoting its sponsorship of Berlin Fashion Week

FCB West San Francisco's spot for the Sims imagines what it would be like to manipulate people in real life in the same way you can in the game

Two young men leave work in style after winning big in this ad for French Loto - we especially enjoyed the cover version of Born To Be Wild

Buzzfeed's Superbowl ad for Friskie's cat food stars two cute kitties plotting how to make the most of the disruption caused by the big game

Dave delivers an epic strut in hotpants and high heels in Mother's latest ad for Money Supermarket (we're not quite sure why Sharon Osbourne pops up at the end though)

Ever wonder what happened to unicorns? This brilliantly funny ad from Canal+ has the answer

A striking but disturbing ad for Karma Nirvana, a UK charity that helps victims of honour-based violence. The ad appeared on the February cover of Cosmopolitan magazine and is packaged in a plastic wraparound

St John Ambulance uses charming animation and big-name voiceovers to deliver some important advice on how to save a baby from choking

Toronto Crime Stoppers has taken an unusual approach in its latest public service campaign, which aims to highlight the harmful ingredients that can be found in ecstasy tablets. The spot takes the form of a cookery show, but with Class A drugs instead of flour and butter

This new Lynx spot has been applauded for featuring a kiss between two men, and it wittily addresses baldness – encouraging gents to enjoy styling their hair while they still can...

Phaidon book Akademie, described as "an art school without walls" features lessons on art and life from 35 of the most successful artists working today, from Marina Abramovich to Olafur Eliasson and Miranda July