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May/June 2009

Interactive Annual | 15

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In Zagreb, Croatia, cultural zeitgeist and boundless enthusiasm inform the design work of Bruketa&Žinić.
This San Francisco-based photographer brings a truly eclectic background to bear on his work.
A fearless agency in El Segundo, California, takes on cars, both real and toy, with a sharp wit.
A Brooklyn illustrator weaves texture and tension into enigmatic dreamscapes.
The husband and wife design team of Minneapolis-based EightHourDay can accomplish much in one day.
The key to Atlanta-based photographer Fernando Decillis's work is pre-production.
In the present, Milan illustrator Lorenzo Petrantoni looks to the past for influence.
Baba Shetty looks at hype-cycle dangers.
The workflow model of old is changing at many agencies, according to Joe Shepter.
Wendy Richmond advises keeping our creative needs met—in times like these.
Settlement on Google Book Scanning by Tad Crawford.
Tiffany Meyers sits down with Lookingglass Theatre to discuss set design.
Thomas Phinney on amateurs vs. professionals, color in books and women in typeface design.
John Emerson explores the power of information design.
Book Reviews
Hundreds of examples of Jan Tschichold’s work, some never shown before.
Altering management culture by using design as an engine to drive systemic business change.

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