Creative May / June 2022

Painful issues

Creative Nov / Dec 2021

On a mission for music

Creative Mar / Apr 2021

Sony World Photography Awards 2021

Creative February 2020

Structures, objects and wounds

Creative February 2019

English plums at the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards

Creative June 2015

Harmony of nature and design

Kengo Kuma hits the spot for new UNESCO city of Dundee
Creative September 2014

Selling the snapper’s dream

Reconnecting with the market and cross-promotion proved the key to brand success for one British president.
Creative August 2013

Interior Design: the Future

Visitors to the Audi office in Tokyo are treated to a fun and poignant glimpse into the automaker’s heritage the moment they step through the glass doors.
Cover Story January 2013

Art in the Dark

Illuminated against the autumn sky, artists in suits jogged, sprinted and cavorted through Yokohama’s streets and parks on 3 and 4 November, as part of the contribution by British artists to the Smart Illumination Yokohama Festival 2012.
Creative November 2012

David Bowie and Me

Masayoshi Sukita’s 40-year collaboration with one of the music world’s most enduring and successful artists almost didn’t happen.
Creative September 2012

On Safari with Urban Snappers

A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words. Attend one of Alfie Goodrich’s roving photography classes and you’ll get the thousand words thrown in, as advice on how to capture that perfect image.
Creative August 2012

At Home with the Stones

Offstage, Mick is far less of an extrovert, while Keith likes nothing more than to listen to the playback with the crew after a rehearsal. Charlie values his privacy and prefers not to be seen as a rock ’n’ roll drummer, while Ronnie has exchanged Guinness for iced tea.
Creative April 2012

A Novel Idea

The only professional British manga writer based in Japan has launched Kickstarter campaign to drum up pledges for a new graphic novel that will tell the tale of US left-wing activist, economist, speaker and writer Michael Albert and have an introduction by Noam Chomsky.
Creative January 2012

The Classroom Revolution

Recognised as being among the best in the world, British universities specialising in the creative arts are being sought out by Japanese firms that are looking to add to their corporate profiles a new way of thinking and interacting with their clients.
Creative November 2011

Gardening World Cup

British designers performed well at the Gardening World Cup in October, staged at the Huis Ten Bosch park, near Nagasaki, but were unable to repeat the victory of England’s Andy Sturgeon Best in Show in last year’s inaugural event.