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September/October 2007

Interactive Annual | 13

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East meets West in this Pasadena-based illustrator's work.
The range of work this Boston agency creates knows no boundaries.
A Portland,Oregon, studio that produces powerful imagery and lasting relationships.
An overview of Australian graphic design.
Influenced by the culture of Latin America, Nate Williams absorbs the visceral spice of daily life.
New York-based design firm Dress Code parties with computers and crayons.
By abandoning labored thinking, Alex Prager photographs scenes with instinctual feeling.
Maria Piscopo poses the question, "Are blogs effective marketing tools?"
Wendy Richmond reminds us to consciously increase our awareness—and think.
The grad school question: To go or not to go, by Nancy Goulet.
Linda Cooper Bowen explores the varied paths creatives take, all within the design realm.
Sage advice from Ernie Schenck: Love what you do.
Sam McMillan investigates Second Life, where social networking, technology and marketing collide.
Book Reviews
Overview of projects that define the Vignelli style in graphics, interiors, furniture and products.
Highlighting the always shifting balance between form and function in modern typography.
Lively companion book to FontFont's traveling exhibit FiFFteen.

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