Announcing the winners of Communication Arts' Illustration Annual 2014: Our distinguished panel of jurors selected 168 winning projects from 4362 entries.
Tokyo is a UK-based digital agency that specializes in work for the entertainment, broadcast and advertising ... more tokyo.co.uk
Photojournalist Nadia Shira Cohen discusses storytelling and the nature of truth in her work.
Sam McMillan charts the rise of the infographic with three masters of the form.
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is the story of Elizabeth Bennet, the second of five daughters of a country ... more
Anna Balbusso/Elena Balbusso, illustrators
Sheri Gee, art director
The Folio Society, publisher
Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit Unified Field began creating the interactive components of the ... more
Shauna Lynn Panczyszyn Illustrator / Orlando, Florida “Work hard, stay humble and make beautiful ... more
Greenville Drive Baseball billboards As the last of the winter storms were hitting the South, the ... more
Williams F1 identity Hat-trick design undertook a two-part identity project for Williams, an ... more
Baldwin& An accomplished creative director breaks free with a small, selective new agency in ... more
SurfEasy subway posters SurfEasy makes a unique plug-and-play Internet privacy app. Turning people ... more
The FWA interviews the team at WINTR.
Truth Facts: Kind of Normal’s new infographic-based series of hilarious truths.
Meagan Fisher on the challenges of being a freelancer.
RIP Flash: Why HTML5 will finally take over video and the web this year.
Steven Heller on the lost, surprisingly soulful art of corporate identity.
The 10 habits of highly effective ad creatives.
How to find stock photos that don’t suck.
British Pathé uploaded its entire collection of 85,000 historic newsreels to YouTube.
TEDTalks: Matthew Carter, my life in typefaces.
Letter to a Junior Designer: Career advice from Twitter product designer Cennydd Bowles.
Prototypo: a streamlined online typeface editor.
Differentiate or Die? Happy Cog CEO Greg Hoy on why so many digital design agencies are struggling.
Out of 550 new releases it announced last year, Typecache picks its 20 favorite fonts of 2013.
Wally Olins, a tribute.
Typekit Practice, a place where novices and experts alike can hone their typographic skills.
The evolution of viral advertising, a brief history of brand love.
Responsive Man: A satire on responsive design layout decisions.
The Great Discontent interviews designer, writer, curator and critic Ellen Lupton.
Firstborn ECD Dave Snyder on staying relevant in an ever-evolving industry.
Heap’s Ravi Parikh on how to lie with data visualization.