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July/August 2009

Illustration Annual | 50

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This Washington, DC firm may be small in size, but its work lives large.
This East Coast photographer seamlessly blends art and science, form and light.
This digital agency is revolutionizing the way we experience brands.
Data delivery has had a makeover. An overview of work that, quite literally, makes sense.
A sampling of award-winning work and commentary by some of the illustrators we've profiled in the past 50 years.
There is no spoon for Sei Rey Ho of the North Carolina-based design firm Us & Them.
Shaw Nielsen—an illustrator based in Denver, Colorado—knows that happiness is not to be longed for.
With a wide scope, New York-based photographer Erika Larsen thinks in long-term stories.
Susan Hodara on the power of art and its role in our society.
Ernie Schenck proves that we can't live with, or without, distractions.
Lisa L. Cyr describes the MFA illustration program at Hartford Art School.
Advice on getting started with a graphic novel by Maria Piscopo.
Mark Randall discusses what's happening at the intersection of design and social thinking.
Sam McMillan explores the mobile apps phenomenon.
A primer on the business of designing type by Allan Haley.
Book Reviews
A small window into the staggering body of work and revolutionary style of Seymour Chwast.
Resonates with any designer longing for the analog days of charcoal and lead.

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