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March/April 2016

Interactive Annual | 22

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A London photographer captures the playing field’s thrills, skirmishes and its human drama.
Combining hard work with refined taste, this New York design firm has left its mark on book jackets, Brooklyn eateries and more.
The Detroit-based illustrator infuses his art with street style, social justice and his native Midwestern sensibilities.
Subverting the status quo of unpaid spec work, the Toronto ad agency demands its worth—and demonstrates it.
This type designer and letterer makes words luscious, curvaceous and anything but ordinary.
Leo Burnett London and Knuckleheads ad shows how the NSPCC helps children dream again.
MSLK created an elegant brand packaging system for Avivi’s skin care products.
moodley’s identity ties the performing arts festival to its famous floating stage on Lake Constance.
Knoed Creative’s identity design gracefully describes the sandwich chain’s mission.
Walker Zurich & Knucklehead’s TV commercial shows how great photos can live forever.
The spot by Saatchi & Saatchi NY and Community Films celebrates the ever-changing family.
Volume’s identity for the new office space evokes an established maturity.
LLOYD&CO’s ad campaign for Movado extends its legacy of designing artful, innovative watches.
Cult Partners’ packaging system for G.W. Goodwynn gin feels as good as it looks.
BBH New York’s campaign highlights Nest’s home products with beautiful, whimsical wallpaper.
This London photographer combines colorful fashion and unexpected humor.
A New York illustrator’s fascination with textiles and architecture gives shape to her art.
Based in San Francisco, this type foundry revives neglected typefaces and carves out an unusual niche.
Ernie Schenck says for ad agency staffers, finding happiness requires sacrifice & creativity.
Wendy Richmond shows why artists should avail themselves of new collaborators.
Contrary to naysayers, Brian Brooker says moving to the client side can boost your creative work.
Caitlin Dover reports on how designers find creative refuge in analog work.
With ample survey research, Sarah Hyndman proves that typefaces influence us in surprising ways.
Sam McMillan on how cars of the near future will open up new realms for inter­active designers.
In Ellen Shapiro’s Q&A panel, logo designers say social media backlash is expected & OK.
Asia Hoe, Oscar Llarena, Kelly Goto, Du Haihang and Catt Small share their favorite interactive tools.
Book Reviews
A how to book by Michael Bierut.
Gareth Cook curated the most dazzling infographics of the year
Stuart Tolley explores the Minimalist movement through brands, projects and pioneers.

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