I have started of by looking at covers of creative review so that whilst doing my research and will have an idea in my head of what I am trying to create.I decided I need to know exactly what I need to work around.
Shown her is the logo for creative review that is placed across the top of every front cover for the page.It is not always the same as the designer of the front page has licence over how it may fit with the piece there will be certain things and certain requirements for this logo that a designer will have to keep.
Such as the piece shown below has been changed accordingly to the piece,The theme of the sex pistols has been chosen for this particular cover and has very bright and vibrant colours, they have done something that is a popular thing to do for designers and they have picked (with an eyedropper) a colour from the image its self.They have done this with the bright pink and placed it behind the black background to create a reverse out typeface for the logo title.
This is another example of a creative review cover, this is a more traditional and uniform example of the covers they do.There is also the ordinary logo and title used.This is the sort of creative review covers that are more common and mainstream, below it shows a piece that has an illustration that stops just before the creative review title to give space to have the usual black and white logo.
It shows a futuristic piece although looks clean and slick around the edges with a busy piece, I think this is effective as it draws attention to the main piece instead of making the title look like a part of the art work, I think I might consider creating a piece that is highly detailed and then to have the white boarder and the logo to make it look clean and modern and to insure it conforms with the usual feel of creative review magazine.