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July/August 2015

Photography Annual | 56

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At this Emmy-winning collective of filmmakers based in Santa Monica, California, title sequences earn their rightful place within a larger story.
This celebrated environmental and brand design firm shifts its model from Superman to the Avengers.
In spirited lines and saturated inks, an illustrator in New York wields drawing as her superpower.
Two veteran ad agency dynamos activate an industrious branding task force in San Francisco.
Jägermeister owns up to its 56 ingredients and heritage in its new print ads.
Designer Valerie Miller helped Isle of Dogs' Daily Essentials packaging stand out on store shelves.
adidas and 180LA show how true athletes compete for the moment in this spot.
CoolGraySeven created a romantic brand story for the luxury T-shirt brand.
The Academy & The Richards Group appealed to the heart and the hearth with this ad for Wolf Ranges.
For McDonald’s, Cossette created an Egg McMuffin that rose with the sun.
mono’s campaign revealed the adventurous side of the nautical fashion brand.
These vintage travel posters set a nostalgic tone for outer space destinations.
Mucho designed a smaller, more digestible version of the university’s annual report.
Perky Bros made an identity for Woodland Wine Merchant that blends nature and '60s style.
A design partnership in Richmond, Virginia, strikes a balance in creative temperaments.
An editorial illustrator in Toronto translates delicate emotions into universal truths.
A Singaporean couple in New York elevates fashion photography to fantasy theater.
Amid the creative buzz of the agency floor, Ernie Schenck gives a shout-out to silence.
Facing a family member’s cancer, Wendy Richmond manages the avalanche of data and emotion.
Creative director Dave Kuhl calculates his own creative batting average and encourages others to do the same.
Nicole Marquis says the ingrained ageism at ad agencies isn’t just wrong, it’s bad business.
Sara Breselor reports on how photographers are helping brands repicture ideals of beauty, family and work for women.
Font whisperers Denise Bosler and Sarah Hyndman on how to listen to type.
Dzana Tsomondo reports on the technological wins and regulatory losses sending eager drone photographers into a tailspin.
Ana Andjelic imparts her wisdom of brand sociology and the future of luxury brands in the sharing economy.
Rus Anson, Maurizio Di Iorio, Claire Benoist, Pascal Shirley and Tim Tadder share their most important photography tools.
Book Reviews
This paean to those who embrace print’s potential is colorful and inspiring.
Elle Luna gently encourages readers to confront the big decision they must make in their lives.
This is a Tumblr style guide for whoever wishes to understand millennials.

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