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September/October 2011

Design Annual | 52

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Olaf Veltman’s compositions—low horizon lines, shouldering massive skies in which the clouds act out dramas—spring from the same vein as Dutch landscape painting of the Golden Age.
Bluecadet sites typically involve a deep dive into the content of a project, some independent production work, superb typography and understated interfaces.
For this Brooklyn illustrator, art and type elegantly coexist.
Like its name, the work created by this Seattle ad agency takes many forms.
With natural light, Montreal photographer Dominique Lafond shoots images that look real.
New York-based designer Jason Ramirez creates book designs that catch your eye.
Milwaukee-based illustrator Rory Kurtz finds Batman to be an incredibly intriguing character.
Ernie Schenck imagines the technopocalypse.
Places of Solace by Wendy Richmond.
Terry Lee Stone with an essential road map for navigating creative briefs.
Stephanie Orma speaks to eTypes about setting up its brick-and-mortar retail shop.
DK Holland explores the belief that we can affect change.
Natalia Ilyin examines how graphic novels might transform critical writing.
Phil Hamlett on the cultural component of the Living Principles.
Book Reviews
A visual textbook that calls for a function/aesthetic approach to typesetting.
How-to keys to producing fresh, inventive and functional design solutions on deadline.
A volume that titillates anyone who loves letterforms and typography from the 1930s.

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