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May/June 2011

Illustration Annual | 52

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The deeper one delves, the easier it is to feel admiration for the single-minded dedication and perseverance that has molded Lauren Greenfield’s stellar body of work.
With a roster of 9 clients, served by 122 employees, who book $45 million in revenue, Denver’s Factory Design Labs solves complex problems for big brands.
In an industry where loud is the norm, this ad agency creates impact with targeted whispers.
Mucca Design's work—whether about literature, food or high-touch luxury products—is always for clients who want beautiful design and typography to express their brand attributes.
Surrounded by San Francisco's fog, photographer Maren Caruso shoots images that say more with less.
Canadian illustrator Mike Byers doesn't take life too seriously so he can seriously live.
For Roanne Adams of New York-based design firm RoAndCo Studio, balance is beautiful.
Bart Cleveland on the parallels between character and brand development.
Maria Piscopo explains how control is necessary for creative freedom and productivity.
Lisa L. Cyr speaks to three illustrators who've adapted their stories beyond print.
Wendy Richmond explores "being alone" in public.
Part two of DK Holland's provocative piece, "Blow Up the Design School!"
Ben Kiel discusses collecting and its role in informing typeface design.
Book Reviews
Charting a concise history of graphic design since 1820, with more than 700 illustrations.
Contemporary Japanese artists who borrow or transpose elements from traditional arts and crafts.
Signed and numbered letterpress edition of expressive portraits of well-known blues musicians.

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