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January/February 2011

Typography Annual | 1

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Now in his 30th year in business, Michael Osborne's ventures include a design firm, a letterpress printshop, a nonprofit organization and a fine art studio.
Photographer James Day can find poetry in the most banal objects of daily life and extract the soul from a mere collection of atoms.
The work of this Austin, Texas, ad agency reaches far beyond the Longhorn State.
Illustrator Christian Northeast has spent seventeen years creating a tremendously diverse body of work all tied together by his talent for making even the digital feel handmade.
Founded by two former architecture students, Tronic is known for transforming ordinary places into unforgettable experiences filled with flowing shapes and 3-D films.
New York photographer Reed Young talks to people from all walks of life.
Connecticut-based designer Shannon May is fascinated by the esthetics of science.
Yesterday's work is never good enough for Chicago-based design firm Delicious Design League.
Ernie Schenck on technology as creativity's friend—and foe.
Housing the Muse, Part Two, by Wendy Richmond.
You can't influence people if you live in a vacuum, by RitaSue Siegel.
Creatives care, according to Matthew Porter, who highlights four organizations that give back.
Angelynn Grant looks at the new Web fonts marketplace.
DK Holland discusses experience design as a collaborative creative process.
Book Reviews
A surreptitious glance of intimate sketchbook scribbles of a motley crew of well-known designers.
Unabridged and documented insider account of working in Eames Office.

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