January/February 2014

Typography Annual | 4

Features

Illustration
Mick Wiggins

A veteran digital illustrator evokes a painterly picture of his near-perfect career.

Interactive
The Meta Agency

Avant-garde artists craft memorable, immersive experience for brands.

Design
Ariane Spanier

An innovative Berlin-based designer manipulates type and texture by hand.

Photography
Matthew Turley

An adventurous photographer reveals his subjects’ true nature.

Advertising
Pereira & O'Dell

This San Francisco-based ad agency wins big with emotive branded storytelling.

Exhibit

th1ng and M&C saatchi created a gripping animated spot for the counseling program.

Brandon Van Liere’s comprehensive brand identity riffs on vintage pinup images.

J.W. Hulme Co.’s refreshed brand by Wink emphasizes the company’s 100-year history of quality.

Cultivator created a lemon-riding cowboy for western-themed Dust Cutter lemonade’s identity.

Tanamachi Studio lovingly hand-drew chalk art covers for the new children’s book series.

The Power to the Penny campaign by YARD honors two American icons: Weejuns loafers and pennies.

Every detail counts in FÖDA’s yacht-inspired brand for Austin, Texas–area oyster bar.

Elastic’s animated title sequence for TNT’s new show tells its backstory.

Blue Rudder’s poster campaign for the rum runner exhibit focuses on speed.

A Zehnder-created video passionately communicates what makes Gulf Coast Seafood so remarkably good.

Fresh

Advertising
Standard Time

This colorful Los Angeles ad agency embraces the simplicity of great design.

Illustration
Jensine Eckwall

Brooklyn-based illustrator Jensine Eckwall is not afraid to make art that she is embarrassed about.

Photography
Carmen Troesser

Former Missouri farm girl Carmen Troesser photographs food using all five senses.

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Emerging Media
Business
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Voices
Typography
Design Culture
Book Reviews

This book falls short as a treatise on typographic history, but the illustrations are a delight.

This is a beautiful picture book of the things we love.

The title’s obvious understatement is pure Bantjes—there is always an edge that is being pushed. 

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