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September/October 2010

Design Annual | 51

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Mark Zibert studied applied photography at Toronto’s Sheridan College. After graduation, he assisted a few photographers. But his big break came early, in the form of a voicemail.
With offices around the world and a cutting-edge creative strategy, AKQA is thriving as a global company working for global brands.
In Milan, Italy, identical twin sisters share a passion for illustration that has them working side-by-side.
At night, Helsinki-based Lotta Nieminen morphs into a one-woman freelance studio.
The photography of New Yorker Timothy Devine gravitates toward suburban and cinematic influences.
The doings of design firm Funnel: The Fine Commercial Art Practice of Eric Kass invite and ignite.
Wendy Richmond notes that a talented audience is always participating.
A growing number of agencies are taking on the role of client, by Ernie Schenck.
Part two of DK Holland's series on the importance of holistic systematic design processes.
Allan Haley takes a look at five young type designers—and their former careers.
Natalia Ilyin demonstrates how the concept of creative vision and the process of creativity are changing.
Advice for designers who want to launch their own studios, by Shel Perkins.
Book Reviews
Alvin Lustig's groundbreadking work during his varied and prolific career.
Provocative artwork with entertaining tales by key characters about McSweeney's publishing saga.

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