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November/December 2011

Advertising Annual | 52

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Features
Photographer Christopher Wilson's experience and interests inform both his art and his vocation.
MoMA's sites are the last thing from frenetic. They don’t drive visitors down paths; instead they open labyrinths that encourage them to get lost.
Illustrator Tim Jessell’s realistic “with a twist” style has been used in editorial, advertising, book and institutional categories—and has won awards in all of them.
Design on the "Beautiful Island."
Fresh
Simplifying, according to Seattle-based ad agency Lucid Incorporated, is easy to say but hard to do.
When Christian Kozowyk decided that he liked people over math, his photography career was born.
Ancient artifacts, hand-thrown pottery and textiles all inspire London illustrator Debbie Powell.
Columns
Sage advice from Ernie Schenck, on advertising's intensity.
Tim Williams on the value of differentiating your firm.
Listening like a singer, by Wendy Richmond.
DK Holland on human connections—teamwork—and being happy.
Sam McMillan tunes into the future of interactive TV.
Allan Haley looks at the storied career of Akira Kobayashi.
Book Reviews
A dizzying array of hand-drawn, custom-made logotypes, movie titles and other bits of lettering.
Addressing irreverence with humor and possibility as a persuasive tool in art and design.
Unconventional advertising eye candy, in five categories of campaign types.

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