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July/August 2011

Photography Annual | 52

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A Southern California interactive agency brings a variety of experiences to life.
An inside peek behind the timeless book covers created by Penguin USA's design department.
With his never-say-never attitude and a reputation for delivering great work across borders and oceans, illustrator Marco Ventura has garnered a loyal international clientele.
Wit and humor combined with big ideas put this Calgary agency on the creative map.
Vienna-based design firm Typejockeys's motto? Work and think wholeheartedly—with or without serif.
Fascination looks like children's stories and fantasy lands for photographer Claire Rosen.
Anything that makes Toronto-based designer Yuta Onoda stop counts as inspiration.
Ernie Schenck poses the question, "What's on your professional bucket list?"
The dos and don'ts of integrating remote employees, by David C. Baker.
When in Rome, by Wendy Richmond.
DK Holland provides an intriguing look at our fascination with fear.
Joe Shepter looks at the illusions and experiences created by projection mapping.
Thomas Phinney on how to explain why typography matters.
Book Reviews
Photographer warms persons of power to the collaborative nature of taking a great portrait.
What it takes to get ideas approved and developed from a project’s initiation to its completion.
Planning, budgeting, assembling the design team and handling clients.

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