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September/October 2009

Photography Annual | 50

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A San Francisco studio makes magic out of data on maps that beg to be explored.
The work of this Charlotte, North Carolina, ad agency is everything but inconspicuous.
St. Louis illustrator John Hendrix embraces chaos and all its apocalyptic details with pen and ink in hand.
Smart, sophisticated design is the hallmark of Allyson Lack and Pamela Zuccker's firm, Principle.
A sampling of award-winning work and commentary by some of the photographers we've profiled in the past 50 years.
Nestled warmly in the bosom of Ohio, Hucklebuck Design Studio aims to be more.
Femke de Jong, a Bristol-based illustrator, is fueled by her cultural Netherland heritage.
Chicago-based photographer Sean Williams positively relishes the orchestration of work.
Ernie Schenck asks, where has all the passion gone?
Advice for photographers on effective self-promotion by Maria Piscopo.
A Georgia photographer's complex personal project opens new creative doors.
Wendy Richmond explores the idea of ownership.
DK Holland discusses bringing beauty and hope back to design.
Designing for accessibility, Linda Cooper Bowen speaks with five design firms.
Peter Levine on typography, from a branding perspective.
Book Reviews
Seventeen mantras for survival and success in a 2.0 world.
Design got us into this mess, and design can get us out.

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