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January/February 2008

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Features
A selection of posters from the only biennial of its kind in the U.S.
This New York City photographer transforms everyday objects into objets d'art.
With perspectives from both sides of the pond, this firm creates adventures in design.
Expect the unexpected from this Los Angeles-based illustrator.
A Nebraska ad agency thrives nationally in an industry that routinely looks elsewhere.
Experiential work is the common denominator in this New York interactive studio's broad portfolio.
Fresh
Illustrator Gwenda Kaczor has found the room to experiment and create in Denver, Colorado.
In the uncrowded space just past the expected, you'll find the work of photographer David Turner.
Brooklyn-based interactive designer Samia Saleem is inspired by the grit of New Orleans.
Columns
Ernie Schenck laments the creative consequences of battle fatigue.
Anne Telford speaks with Catalina Estrada about her art and how it translates to fashion.
John Emerson highlights three inspiring examples of design as populist expression.
Wendy Richmond ponders the future of our evolving past.
Angelynn Grant discusses how MyFonts.com has changed the way fonts are bought and sold.
Book Reviews
Part monograph, part discourse on design history and part champion of design’s vast potential.
A brief yet thorough look at a comprehensive improvement on national election design.

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