‘Creative Review’ Names Pentagram Design Studio of the Year
Pentagram has been named Design Studio of the Year by Creative Review. The award is announced in the Creative Review Annual 2008, which represents the magazine’s choice of the highlights of the past year in visual communication. The Design Studio of the Year Award is given to the studio with the most work accepted into the annual.
Five Pentagram projects were selected by the judging panel for inclusion in the annual; images and links after the jump.
The following five projects were featured in the Creative Review Annual 2008:
Angus Hyland and William Russell’s design for “Global Cities”, a major exhibition held in the Turbine Hall at London’s Tate Modern. Read more.
The Gift, a book jacket designed by Angus Hyland with his assistant Masumi Briozzo for Canongate Books. Read more.
Angus Hyland and Masumi Briozzo’s series design for Polygon’s reissue of the novels and short stories of the novelist James Kelman. Read more.
Harry Pearce’s poster created to mark Pentagram’s 2007 D&AD President’s Lecture. Read more.
Time and Territory, a review of the work of the landscape architects J&L Gibbons designed by Domenic Lippa with his assistant, Beatrice Blumenthal. Read more.
Photography by Nick Turner