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September/October 2014

Design Annual | 55

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Features
Fortified by its fierce independence, the crackerjack agency expands to eight offices worldwide.
A fugitive approach fuels this Colorado artist’s flights between commercial and gallery work.
A New York photographer elicits ease and a bit of the wild in her advertising and editorial portraits.
Two talented type designers, in Spain and Argentina, focus their foundry on robust editorial type.
Exhibit
Seal Ideas created the Miltonian Wisdom campaign for veteran dry cleaning chain Milto Cleaners.
Identity for Oslo's bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics by Snøhetta honors Nordic simplicity.
Communications Factory extols the value of a head start with stories of greatness missed by 5 days.
The food truck design by Julie Mader-Meersman of originalia is visible from near and far.
The UNMAS Sweeper exhibit by Critical Mass makes the tragic impact of landmines personal.
Jay Worldwide created print ads for Rochester, New York’s paper that capture its defiance of limits.
McGarrah Jessee packaged the burger chain's condiments with orange-and-white striped labels.
The spot by UNION and Steam Films shows the danger of home-buying without a realtor.
Hat-trick design created Williams’ corporate identity as well as a new look for its auto races.
1,440 crowd-sourced action images stitched together to form one cricket-crazy journey for Nike India.
Fresh
Gothic fiction and anime inspire the dark, delicate art of Portland illustrator Samantha Mash.
Feixen's Felix Pfaffli designs posters with an iconically Swiss mix of graphic type and bold color.
Paris-based photographer Ben Sandler explores surreal landscapes of the American dream.
Columns
When a client takes your work hostage, Ernie Schenck says to call in the FBI.
Allan Haley finds font makers and designers looking to the past for the next big game-changer.
Wendy Richmond gets lost in the multifaceted meanings of maps.
Jude Stewart on negotiating and exploiting color's surprisingly divergent meanings across cultures.
Is the open office a design fail? Elise Craig seeks out the most creative spaces for work.
Sara Breselor gets schooled on how educators of today can prepare designers of the future.
Oliver Munday shares how designers can tailor their portfolios to break into book cover design.
Book Reviews
This is a monograph is full of well-worded wisdom, self-effacing and very human.
A collection of writings from one of the greatest critical minds to take on design.
Realistic advice on salary negotiation. Advice on negotiations with clients...not so realistic.

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