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September/October 2016

Design Annual | 57

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Features
The Italian illustrator’s complex work plays with the opposing forces of beauty and ugliness.
The secret behind this Nashville-based ad agency’s work? Imbuing it with collaboration.
This powerful duo transcends the solitary nature of photography with a dreamy style all their own.
The San Francisco-based experiential studio brings dreams to life through digital interactions.
Exhibit
Toormix’s identity system for the collective of fashion and textile companies mimics the patterns of weaves.
Y&R Prague’s new campaign for Forbes aims to answer why “The World Needs More Billionaires” like Gates, Buffett and Zuckerberg.
With a flexible design, Japan-based firm Latona Marketing Inc. transforms Patisserie Perle’s cake packaging into keyboards of any size.
CREMA, a Nashville-based coffee roaster, enjoys a new icon inspired by the image of preparing pour-over coffee.
Grey New York celebrates the National Park Service’s centennial with sights and sounds found in America’s national parks.
TBWA\Chiat\Day LA partners with Airbnb to encourage travelers to ditch the cookie-cutter travel experience.
Mexico-based studio Menta considered every detail to create a très chic identity for Savon Stories’ new line of Lotion Bars.
FCB Chicago’s print campaign “Imagination On Wheels” reminds parents how far their kids can travel with a Radio Flyer wagon.
In BBH London’s print campaign for the Guardian, bold copy unapologetically shows that the newspaper can’t be bought.
Casson Mann’s sensory exhibit designs for La Cité du Vin playfully evoke the complexity of wine.
Fresh
This Romanian artist infuses wanderlust and folk art into her illustrations.
An interest in architecture informs this Amsterdam and New York City-based photographer’s work.
This long-distance design duo breaks boundaries as they cross international borders.
Columns
Ellen Shapiro discusses with four avid collectors the importance of starting a design library.
Ernie Schenck calls for more awe-inspiring concepts in advertising.
Sam McMillan discovers what to expect in the new wave of gestural interface design.
You might have started your next project without realizing it, Wendy Richmond says.
Rebecca Huval uncovers how coworking spaces help the design community flourish.
Want to copyright your design? Linda Joy Kattwinkel and Shel Perkins show how.
Astrid Stavro, Claudia De Almeida, Scott Hill, Adam R. Garcia and Matt Stevens share their favorite design inspiration.
Book Reviews
Jessica Helfand looks at how design affects our emotions and our lives.
22 essay’s from Ian Lynam, that comment on lazy designers, the current infatuation with authenticity, and the lack of design theory and criticism in both the East and the West.
Edited by Adrian Shaughnessy and Tony Brook of publishing company Unit Editions, this book displays an extensive range of Herb Lubalin’s work.

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