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September/October 2012

Design Annual | 53

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Despite her introverted nature—or perhaps because of it—Karen Klassen’s bold illustration continues to gain notice and fans far beyond the prairies of Alberta.
Breakaway is a hybrid: one part venture capital investment firm: a culture of formality; and one part ad agency: a culture of foosball.
Steven Wohlwender instills a narrative in all his pictures—a before and an after. It’s a realness people can relate to, understand and believe.
Talent, dark winters and fast broadband make for a creative landscape.
García Robles’s simple and effective ads show LoJack’s functions with visual metaphors.
PACKLAB created sizable packaging that scales from convenience stores to airport food stores.
MK Norway and Adam Taylor created a campaign featuring underwater photography.
Goodby Silverstein & Partners and Bob Industries’ film captures an intimate portrait of youth.
Goodby Silverstein & Partners’s arresting print campaign celebrate the landmark’s 75th anniversary.
The Richards Group and King and Country debuted this iconic TV spot for the motel chain.
Parallax Design rebranded Adelaide’s iconic tawny port with a strong yet elegant identity.
Meter Industries created a cookware-themed identity for Frank Prisinzano’s fourth restaurant.
WAX’s poster campaign captures the whimsy and charm of the farmers’ market.
Dossier Creative launched a new branding and marketing campaign for the greenhouse tomato grower.
Chicago photographer Erin Drewitz loves exploring others' self-designed interior spaces.
Illustrator Nick Lu has fun working from his California studio without repeating himself.
Kansas City-based designer Jordan Gray Creative is an art director by day and a freelancer by night.
Ernie Schenk with observations on creativity and uncertainty.
Wendy Richmond explores what we "see" while in deep thought.
"Cooperative! Part 2," by DK Holland.
Terry Lee Stone looks at an organization empowering designers as founders of businesses.
Sam McMillan explores how the Lexicon of Sustainability defines the movement through storytelling.
Type and design à la Michael Bierut, by Allan Haley.
Book Reviews
Colorful and concise guide for designers working toward social and community change.
Manifesto for a new kind of designer who is “sick of slick for slick’s sake.”
Virtual atelier embracing the democratization of type via personal computers and software.

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