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March/April 2012

Interactive Annual | 18

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From Hong Kong and Beijing, this firm makes sophisticated brand experiences its trademark.
A New York illustrator brings her vivid imagination to life.
With a growing stable of typefaces, Christian Schwartz and Paul Barnes eschewed larger, established type-marketing options and launched their own foundry.
From annual reports to royals on tour, this Canadian photographer gets the money shot.
Every great agency has an essence. When it comes to San Francisco agency Duncan/Channon, its essence can be summed up in a single word: guanxi.
Photography opens up many doors for Ryan Heffernan, like searching for pirates in Mexican jungles.
Austin-based design firm Arts and Recreation revels in living simply, drinking beer and making shit.
No mouth is necessary for the work of New York-based illustrator Jungyeon Roh; it speaks for itself.
David C. Baker suggests some blogs outside the industry that are worth reading.
Ernie Schenck comments on ifs, and how they shape careers.
Anne Telford speaks to illustrator Barbara Nessim about archiving and keeping her work fresh.
Type that we love to hate, by Allan Haley.
Holograms rediscovered, by Joe Shepter.
Beyond the Syllabus, by Wendy Richmond.
DK Holland explores our not so common sense.
Book Reviews
Details the potential of participatory design by communities driving commerce and culture.
Mammoth retrospective of Saul Bass’s 60-year career in film title and corporate identity creation.
Typography replaces topography in 39 impressive cartographic creations in colorful large-format.

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