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May/June 2010

Illustration Annual | 51

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This Chicago ad agency has earned its creative credibility.
Still relatively new to the field, Zachary Scott’s career has enjoyed a fast trajectory—and it isn't showing any signs of a slowdown.
An overview of visual communication design in Portugal.
The awards. The string of client wins. The continued expansion in a bad year. Firstborn is arguably the hottest digital agency on the planet.
Designer Rachel Matts delves into the many influences emanating from her New York home.
The London-based home of illustrator Pomme Chan is bursting with paper and a love of nature.
Photographer Christopher Wilson wants to be just like Irving Penn, who only got better with age.
Ernie Schenck asks if the purpose of our work is to validate the past or to push forward.
Maria Piscopo with some sound advice on pricing your work.
Wendy Richmond discusses the benefits of being unproductive between projects.
Part two of DK Holland's series on design ethics.
Allan Haley shares some typographic cheap tricks.
Book Reviews
Emigre No. 70 offers a chance to look back and get inspired for looking forward.
A 2,500-year-old tale from Hindu mythology tackled with a vibrant, modern flair.
A deep look at product lifecycle environmental impact for graphic designers.
A lush, coffee-table treasure trove of Peter de Sève's drawings.

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