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January/February 2013

Typography Annual | 3

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Features
This illustrator's personal journey is revealed through his work.
From the Land Down Under, a firm with a zest for design.
A designer-turned-photographer with a global view of humankind.
For this interactive studio, digital space knows no bounds.
An ad agency that holds light and speed in high regard.
Exhibit
Psyop & ROKKAN animated a haunting prequel series for Bethesda Softworks' “Dishonored.”
CPS Energy used a progressive, futuristic vibe for its 2011 to 2012 annual report design.
Red Tettemer Partners pokes fun at direct-response TV ads with its spot for Arctic Ease.
AMV BBDO addresses the need for global education of women in a PSA for Plan International.
Williams-Sonoma's in-house design team created a modern version of classic Italian pasta packaging.
Print ads for healthy snack popchips feature Katy Perry as the face of the brand.
Design firm Landscape updated Van Acker Construction's identity to feel structured and elegant.
de Vicq designed this Brazilian Thai restaurant's logo to address the paradox of healthy fast-food.
Might & Main designed a product range for the Portland Museum of Art's Winslow Homer exhibit.
Viator's print campaign by Hub Strategy helps tourists feel less like tourists.
Fresh
Charleston-based design firm Stitch Design Co. creates strategic solutions for their clients.
For New York-based illustrator Sam Wolfe Connelly, good can almost always come from the bad.
After years assisting others, Canadian photographer Kristof Arasim is following his dreams.
Columns
A designer shares his work, and then experiences community firsthand.
As effective conveyors of ideas, designers draw people into dialogue.
An exploration of creative improvisation.
An insightful discussion about the meaning people see in type.
Outlining the obstacles faced by in-house designers.
Brands embrace Pinterest.
Book Reviews
Putting the focus on space makes this small book simultaneously simple and deep.
Designers with a serious Helvetica habit could benefit from perusing New Modernist Type.
If you love type, this book is another must-have for a well-rounded design library.

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