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January/February 2015

Typography Annual | 5

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Features
A photographer returns to Copenhagen to capture food and interiors in her distinctively northern light.
This North Carolinian design duo shares a fervor for finely crafted details.
At the Los Angeles office of this ad agency, “180” is more than a name. It’s how they think.
The prolific Milan-based editorial illustrator tells stories through subtle symbolic clues.
A New York media design firm uses technology to make museums more human.
Exhibit
yU+co matches the ambitions of the apocalyptic show with a Renaissance-inspired credit sequence.
The theater company’s posters, by RP3, revel in the avant-garde characteristics of its shows.
Bleed based the office building’s identity on its solid, cubistic architecture.
Tenis and Bonaparte’s surreal film for peSeta captures the magic of Spanish fashion.
Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners flips consumers' expectations in this TV spot for Greyhound.
Cryder Makes highlights the automotive accessories brand’s love for off-roading and exploration.
Marc & Chantal employs a multi-sensory approach with visuals and sounds to create a lush environment.
OCD developed an identity for Harlem’s celebration of its culinary, fine and performing arts.
EraserFarm raises tourists’ awareness about elephant poaching with a print campaign for S.A.F.E.
All Good Organics’ bottles features organic, curving typography on their label design.
Fresh
French photography and design duo Cauboyz collaborate on low-tech, high-concept music videos.
From pie tins to tintypes, former chef Josh Wool brings images of Southern nostalgia to NYC.
Persistence pays for Lustenau, Austria-based illustrator Alice Wellinger.
Columns
Have the shiny objects of our world dulled our ability to see? Ernie Schenck shares his suspicion.
Writer Susan Hodara muses on the miracle that creative professionals experience daily.
Riddle-lover Bob Hambly guides newbie designers through the darkness of creative ambiguity.
Sara Breselor asks experienced brand strategists the age-old question—what’s in a name?
Why crowdsourcers compete and whether we should care, by Jessica Carew Kraft.
Elise Craig talks to artists adapting their street-style to the corporate canvas.
Elliot Jay Stocks shares why the indie publishing revolution is revving up.
Book Reviews
Hundreds of curious typographic discoveries, both found and fabricated.
More than just a visual feast, the journal will ignite the senses of anyone who has traveled in the country.
Spiekermann’s life and work in pictures, and a penchant for speaking his mind.

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