Creative Review – Issue 4, Vol. 39
Stamped with one of Noma Bar’s trademark double entendre illustrations, our latest issue addresses the subject of fear. Whether it’s how to persuade clients to make the leap into the unknown, or the resurgence of well-crafted horror flicks. We generally think of fear as being a bad thing, whether it is bemoaning a client’s aversion to taking risks and the bland work this so often results in, or the fear of underachieving that many creatives face in their own careers. Both of these subjects are addressed in our latest issue, which explores the impact that fear can have on both our lives and work. Beyond the trepidations of people working in the creative industries, we look at fear through the lens of popular culture, where we can’t seem to get enough of storytelling that chills us to the bone.
Cover Designer: Noma Bar