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January/February 2010

Advertising Annual | 50

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These days, this motion graphics firm in Hollywood sets the tone for more than films.
The energy in Penelope Dullaghan’s work boils up from the exchange between her Klee-inspired linework—textural, imperfect, thin and black—and flat blocks of color.
The 16th CIIPE features 82 artists from 28 countries, of changing social, cultural and political viewpoints.
A New Jersey photographer with serious rock credentials.
A sampling of award-winning work and commentary by some of the agencies we’ve profiled in the last 50 years.
When all else fails, Seattle-based design firm Turnstyle turns to potty humor.
Liz Wolfe, a Toronto-based photographer, shoots with instinct tinted by a hint of obsession.
In Berlin, illustrator Cristóbal Schmal is not afraid to try—and fail—time and time again.
A Prototype Party, by Wendy Richmond.
Ernie Schenck reminds us of the importance of baby steps.
Stefan Sagmeister shares lessons learned during his second experimental year.
Natalia Ilyin queries Bill Hill on process and creativity.
RitaSue Siegel looks at what else you can do with a design education.
Brian Howlett ponders the legacy of an ad agency.
Nancy Goulet examines the type burden designers carry.
Book Reviews
The first practical—and indispensible—guide for designing information graphics.
Career-spanning collection of essays for artists that encourages the care and feeding of creativity.
Exposes the variety and complexity of the Bauhaus school; history and anecdotes.

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