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March/April 2013

Interactive Annual | 19

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From Maui and Manhattan, this illustrator skillfully blends the old with the new.
A Q&A uncovers this type designer's inspiration and process.
An integrated creative agency stays agile and on target for its range of clients.
Love of nature drives this adventurous photographer.
A firm makes good on meaningful and memorable design.
Sony Music unveils a graphic installation created by Alex Fowkes, detailing the company’s history.
Aloi designed Whispering Hills Winery’s labels for its new premium cuvée.
Blok Design redesigned Furlined’s identity to help shape and define the film company’s vision.
In its PSA for NOLA For Life, Spike DDB addresses youth violence in New Orleans.
Atomicdust designed branding for Pastaria, a restaurant that serves modern twists on classic dishes.
Spark Agency references musical history & guitar legends in a print campaign for C.F. Martin & Co.
Design Army’s work for Washington Bride & Groom creatively showcases cinematic plot points.
BBDO reminds college-aged males of Gillette's long legacy of helping men look and feel their best.
The Martin Agency and Nadav Kander to show what the employees of Morgan Stanley are truly made of.
Hunt Adkins created a tongue-in-cheek message to Minneapolis hipster doofuses for Urban Eatery.
Based in New York, Winfield & Co. designs using nimble, practical, agile and varied instincts.
Illustrator Jessica Fortner surrounds herself with mountains of books, toys and plants in Toronto.
Everybody has a story. It's Tom Hood's job to capture them in his photographs.
A discussion about the link between confidence, arrogance and creativity.
Thoughts on technology and our dependency.
The importance of practicing observation.
Some thoughts on the changing nature of design.
Fear, buzz, product–can we change the cycle?
A look at how Sparkwise blends data and storytelling to create change.
Grip Design explains its strategic fee-plus-equity process.
T.J. Tucker speaks about the Texas Monthly redesign.
Book Reviews
This book shows how graphics have enriched built environments in the twentieth century.
The world’s first coffee table relationship manual.
This is a beautifully designed, lavishly illustrated, sumptuously-produced workbook.

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