May/June 2015

Illustration Annual | 56

Features

Advertising
Victors & Spoils

The industry’s first crowdsourcing agency learns that sometimes it’s better to make advertising the old-fashioned way.

Interactive
Instrument

This digital design agency in Portland, Oregon, renews itself through constant experimentation.

Design
Design is Play

A master of bold identity marks and a refined typography connoisseur marry talents in a dynamic San Francisco design partnership.

Photography
Jamie Chung

A New York photographer transforms objects into art in carefully crafted still life compositions.

Exhibit

Sonos & 72andSunny set a spot to “Water Fountain” by tUnE-yArDs with seven million blocks.

A PSA by Grey Canada shows how the nation is hiding from the growing impact of gun violence.

Mill+ teamed up with Netflix to create the stunning title sequence for Marco Polo.

Savvy Studio designed very basic packaging made from recycled materials for the bulk food brand.

Gumout put their ingredients front and center in these print ads by Cramer-Krasselt.

The motorcycle company’s 2015 catalog by Colle+McVoy showcases Indian as bikes for real riders.

Pentagram’s new identity for Café Royal taps into its history, as well as its renovation.

Etsy shows the connection between code and craft in its banners by Made Movement.

Brandlab redesigned the cement brand APU with references to the eponymous mountain god.

Andy Anderson and Bailey Lauerman celebrate Nebraska with a print ad campaign.

Fresh

Illustration
Hansje Van Halem

In nurturing her electric illustrative style, Dutch designer Hansje Van Halem gets recharged.

Photography
Amanda Jasnowski

Instagram followers and advertising clients love photographer Amanda Jasnowski's vignettes.

Design
Wedge & Lever
Wedge & Lever brings modern design to clients steeped in the laid-back California lifestyle.

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Five Illustrators Share Their Treasured Finds
Wendy MacNaughton, John Hendrix, Josh Holland, Yuko Shimizu and Roberto Parada share their most used illustration tools.
Book Reviews

This book inspires artists to treat their sketchbooks as a perfectly valid canvas.

Work from 250 illustra­tors offer a broad look at the relevant contributions from the past.

The first comprehensive look at the culture-defining design that was born in California.

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