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November/December 2015

Advertising Annual | 56

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Features
A balanced partnership helps this Copenhagen design studio produces painstakingly beautiful work.
With a refined color palette, an illustrator in Philadelphia hones his wry visual vocabulary.
The studio in Berlin brings data to life with captivating installations and kinetic sculptures.
Women photojournalists risk their lives and challenge a sexist industry to tell important stories.
Exhibit
Studio SC and Tube Art Group designed colorful graphics for an industrial Seattle office space.
Saatchi Masius designed whimsical characters for Scoff & Banter's British cuisine.
Wieden+Kennedy and Nike Russia celebrate female athletes with an outdoor mural ad campaign.
BBDO Worldwide's new TV spot for Mars, Pedigree shows how dogs can help people overcome prejudice.
Estudio Versus taps into timeless style for Kemphor's centennial line of dental products.
Rent Control teamed up with UCLA to design <i>UCLA Blueprint</i>, a magazine for community leaders.
Carmichael Lynch celebrates Subaru and National Park Service's partnership with a 2-minute film.
Sleek Machine created a modern ad campaign for Ministry of Supply's modern clothing.
Tung celebrates The Vine's fifteenth anniversary with a specially designed wine catalog.
Pentagram's campaign for Film Independent accents the creativity of LA Film Festival.
Fresh
The design firm expresses creative freedom with honest, focused and thoughtful work.
Di Iorio’s photography adeptly combines everyday objects with a dose of ambiguity.
Sachin Teng’s work communicates the subject’s inner reality with a visceral visual language.
Columns
Despite the red tape often found in ad agencies, Ernie Schenck calls on creatives to channel their most passionate voices.
Probing the audience's and the artist's interpretations of artworks, Wendy Richmond guides readers toward creative inspiration.
Creative director Dave Kuhl rallies for the creation of a Communication Arts Writing Annual to give copywriters the honors they deserve.
Caitlin Dover scouts out creative nomads and discovers how they navigate such adventurous careers.
Sam McMillan reports on how designers might position their careers for the new Virtual reality industry.
Mitch Goldstein gives credit to Comic Sans for bringing graphic design awareness to the mainstream.
Jean Batthany, Vida Cornelious, Carolyn Hadlock, DJ O’Neil and Suzanne Pope share their favorite resources.
Book Reviews
If ever there were an Advertising History 101, this is it.
This volume explores the fine balance between brand building and environmental sustainability.
Doubling as inspiration and resource, Spie's book is bound to stay relevant for a long while.

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