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May/June 2014

Illustration Annual | 55

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A New York photographer builds her portfolio from the world’s most distinctive architecture.
Prolific title-sequence creator Kyle Cooper elevates the prologue to its own form of art.
This Seattle-based design firm’s eye for style gives elegant simplicity to complex ideas.
A London-based ad agency draws sentiment from spectacle with its extraordinary outdoor ads.
CP+B reminds everyone that the Xbox is not just for the stereotypical male gamer.
Wax and Delicious Design Lea promote the orchestra using the visual style of gig posters.
TBWA\Chiat\Day LA’s PSA for the animal society features Instagram’s most popular pets.
Tad Carpenter’s identity for Harvey’s at Union Station is a nod to the old Harvey House Diner.
Single Origin packaging by Voice of Design and Nate Williams show the character of each country.
Volume makes science exciting in the exhibition design of the Boy Scouts’ Sustainability Treehouse.
DDB Chicago’s promo for the World’s Fair exhibit is a virtual time machine.
The book by SMOG Design reveals how the wear and tear of a guitar reflects an artist’s personality.
A campaign aimed to engage a broader audience interested in global development news and issues.
Dutch design studio LUST created an installation for the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
In glamorously hip selfie style, London photographer Bella Howard reveals the party backstage.
Eclectic designer Cardon Webb marries modernism with graffiti in striking book jacket designs.
Brooklyn-based illustrator Jordan Bruner sets her playful, quirky characters in motion.
Washington, DC-based designer and writer John Foster has built his dream career by working hard, staying flexible and remembering that the client comes first.
Ernie Schenck asks top agency creatives: “Are you a slave to brand DNA?”
Wendy Richmond satiates her creative curiosity through Meetups.
Stephanie Orma puts the blurred line between riff and rip-off into focus.
Sam McMillan discovers what salesmanship has to do with storyboarding from Pixar's Mark Andrews.
Allan Haley learns from hand-lettering experts about the lucrative new business of teaching online.
Sara Breselor discovers artists shaping new possibilities from a familiar medium.
Book Reviews
The book does a good job clueing you in to what it takes to tell a brand story.
This little blue book is one of the best kick-in-the-butt pep talks ever.
A chunky volume of invaluable advice, broken down into easily digestible chapters.

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