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March/April 2010

Interactive Annual | 16

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From the wire-like eyelashes of an elephant to jewel-like ice blocks in Iceland, curiosity fuels the work of this London photographer.
A Miami illustrator crafts images that are smart, graphic and immediate.
This Montréal agency delightfully defies categorization with its atypical worldview.
To create a life-sustaining world, designers take on self-education.
When balancing image creation with consumption, Brazilian design firm Molho leans toward the former.
Illustrator Lisel Jane relies on a good list to run her freelance operation out of Brooklyn.
Matthew Turley abandoned his pragmatic medical path for a photography career in Salt Lake City.
Robbie Vitrano explains how MacGyver Marketing is good for society—and the industry.
Wendy Richmond explores white space and its relationship to content.
An interview with Paul Lewis of SoDA, by Joe Shepter.
Copyright and the Internet, by Tad Crawford and Arka Chatterjee.
The creative process behind Eames Century Modern, by Angelynn Grant.
Part one of a two-part series on design ethics, by DK Holland.
Book Reviews
Debbie Millman reveals the thoughts and workings behind her personal brand.
A fun romp for anyone who’s experienced—or suffered—client critiques.
Creative solutions for bridging the design and advertising industries.
A theoretical and compelling look at the rapid transformation of photography in a digital world.

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