Creative Review is one of the world's leading magazines for the design and advertising industry. StudioPensom has art directed it since 2007.    "StudioPensom has brought an exceptional level of skill and quality to the pages of Creative Review and to our digital channels. They combine a deep understanding of the fundamentals of great magazine art direction with an ability to adapt to the demands of a brand in the digital world. In SP’s hands, CR has never looked better."    Patrick Burgoyne, Editor, Creative Review
       
     
 Waterfront is the magazine of The Canal & River Trust, the charity responsible for maintaining Britain's waterways. We redesigned Waterfront in 2015. The magazine has been met with great acclaim by its readers.    "We have worked with StudioPensom on a number of projects over the years and hired them as our Design Team for our regular recurring work with the The Canal & River Trust. They are a pleasure to work with and their ability to extend brands into an editorial medium makes them invaluable collaborators.”   Susi Owusu, Co-Founder, Smoke Creatives
       
     
 The Built Environment Trust is a charitable foundation serving the needs of engineers and architects. They approached us to help create a magazine relevant to their members and wider community.   We worked with Creative Director Lewis Blackwell and Editor John O'Reilly to produce the award-winning BE Journal.    "Having StudioPensom on board was vital in achieving the innovative approach and outstanding execution of BE, now acclaimed one of the magazine launches of the year (US Library Journal 2017)."   Lewis Blackwell, Creative Director, The Built Environment Trust
       
     
 Edit by Getty Images was a further expansion of the idea first developed as Taxi, but where Taxi drew its content from only one image collection, Edit's scope was broadened to include all imagery for which Getty owned copyright. In effect this made Edit the magazine with the largest photography budget in the world, it covered a wide range of subjects with insight and playful humour.
       
     
 Taxi was published by Getty Images from 2002 to 2004. It was attempt to harness the power of editorial design to market image library content. Taxi presented thousands of images in its brief life, and won a slew of design awards in the process. Original editorial content was generated for the publication, with imagery always the starting point.    "Taxi was a ground-breaking approach to communication in the stock photography business, respected and influential around the world. StudioPensom made a key contribution with their typographic control and creativity."   Lewis Blackwell, Creative Director
       
     
 FACT ran from 2003 to 2009. Publishers The Vinyl Factory asked us and art director Dan Moscrop to produce a fanzine-style publication which would appeal to collectors of vinyl records.   We came up with a seven-inch format, with early editions packaged in outer sleeves. The style was rough and immediate, and the mag quickly won admirers.    "FACT is the coolest magazine in the world right now."    Dazed & Confused, 2004