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22 Shortlisted for Creative Review

22 Shortlisted for Creative Review


Ever dreamed of seeing your work in print? Now it’s possible! We’re offering a full-page spread in Creative Review, a leading magazine for creativity and visual culture.

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We’ve spent the last few weeks ooh-ing and aah-ing over gorgeous submissions by the world’s best designers and illustrators, and after a torturous shortlisting session, we’re ready to announce the 22 phenomenal artists who have a chance to see their work in print!

We can’t wait to see the results, but don’t envy our judges. These three—representing digital branding agency Hugo & Cat, the London Illustration Fair, and (of course) Creative Review—have a tough decision ahead.

To the shortlisted artists: congratulations!
To the judges: good luck.
To the rest of you: enjoy! Check out the shortlisted works below and share your favourites—get a glimpse of what is, truly, the best in creativity.

The Shortlist

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Me and My Saluki by Moira Scicluna Zahra
Skin by Sadhna Prasad
Poolhouse by Pierre Portal
Space Goat by Sauriel Samfairy
Sparkling by Cannibal Malabar
The monsters I grew up with by Toufan Hosseiny
Pig on Fire by John Larigakis
Long Hall by Samuel Bennett
Fallen by Lisa Jay
Super Nomads No. 5 by Marianna Orsho
MiniRabbit by John Bond
Hello Boys by Paul Garland
Camera Junkie by Jasmin Sehra
Feminist Desert by Sophia
A Collection of Illustrations by Megan Reddi
People are strange by Tiago Galo
The Descent by Michelle Woodward
Afternoon Psychedelia by Chris Bigalke
My heart is a lump of earth by Rocco
Cops and Robbers by Michael Redman
Anne by Ayumi Takahashi
Human Anatomy by Serafine Frey

About the author

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Guy Armitage founded Zealous to simplify access to opportunities in the creative sector. He was voted Guardian’s Creative Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013, has discussed the world-changing potential of creativity at TED and in Forbes; and is a proud trustee of Firstsite (Colchester) and Arebyte (London). Prior to Zealous, Guy kept the London Stock Exchange open during the 7/7 bombings and founded a creative startup in Cairo. Contact Guy

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