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July/August 2014

Photography Annual | 55

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Features
Baltimore artists Joyce Hesselberth and Dave Plunkert juggle busy lives into creative equilibrium.
Headlines become art in the imaginative typographic manipulations of designer Craig Ward.
A strategic branding agency in Toronto dares to laugh at advertising.
These San Francisco–based experience engineers project a bright interactive future.
Exhibit
The Tombras Group’s print ads promote a quirky Scottish celebration in the Smoky Mountains.
LBVD’s posters aim to show people that peanuts are as healthy as their competitors.
Fluid’s Take Me Fishing posters remind Utah residents to enjoy pristine local fishing spots.
LRXD redesigned the packaging for the nutrition bar to share the brand's unique story.
Doe Eyes’s logo and mural for Lincoln, Nebraska’s WholeFoods is inspired by the city's history.
Thirst and SOM visualize the next 100 years of life in the Great Lakes region.
ACW Grey Israel's ads for Vespa explore the fine line between geek and hipster.
Sandstrom Partners created an elegant brand and package for a line of top-shelf hard ciders.
Elastic based opening titles for HBO’s series True Detective on the idea of double exposures.
The Gate/New York’s ads remind New Yorkers how much they rely on their power company each day.
Fresh
Parisian illustrator Nicolas Delort carves dark and chilling scenes into scratchboard.
Bicoastal design partners GOLD balance their screen time with physical making.
Chicago photographer Nicolas Gourguechon thinks like a Becher to capture the beauty of the mundane.
Columns
Arnold Worldwide ECD Wade Devers strives to spark the agency’s creative culture.
Wendy Richmond wonders at the myriad options made available by 3-D printers.
Can’t we all just get along? Paul Woods argues for greater rapport between developers and designers.
Selfie cameras have crashed the commercial scene. Photographer Zack Seckler surveys the damage.
Elise Craig discovers why food and prop stylists just might be the hardest-working creatives in the photo business.
Sara Breselor meets Cooper & Gorfer, an inseparable artistic duo at the intersection of photography and painting.
Olivia Gideon Thomson tells us what agents are looking for in photographers.
Book Reviews
This book will encourage anyone with a camera to discover the possibilities in street photography.
A 50-year retrospective, Bailey’s portraits distill the energy and essence of each celebrity.
Typorama avoids the pitfalls of an exhibition monograph by elevating it to a tutorial on design.

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