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July/August 2016

Photography Annual | 57

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The Buffalo, New York–based illustrator infuses his work with strong compositional elements.
Never shying away from experimentation, this Denver-based design firm also nurtures a burgeoning community.
This Miami-based ad agency grabs people with campaigns that relate to human experiences.
Based in Madrid, Spain, this digital studio has created a visual language uniquely its own.
Aardman delves into the mind of Stephen Hawking with a striking short animation.
Adaptable’s captures the culture of London in the potato chip brand’s packaging.
jones knowles ritchie’s rebrand pulls great design elements from the brewery’s 140-year history.
Invisible Creature’s posters for the JPL highlight historic missions with bold graphics.
Droga5 London’s OOH & print campaign for the fashion brand deftly matches outfits and backgrounds.
Shine designed, edited and animated a gritty main title sequence for this television show.
The chorus and Hieronymus designed and developed a new brand identity that reflects its diversity.
STIR’s campaign for the nonprofit shows the consequences if funding for performing arts dries up.
In this commercial, Aggressive created a futuristic lab that shows how data can drive shoe design.
BVK combines the epic landscapes of Wyoming with human emotions in its new ad campaign.
The Los Angeles photographer explores dark, whimsical worlds in his work.
This Yokohama, Japan–based design firm brings to light the stories behind brands.
The Parisian illustrator’s dynamic style belies his minimal workspace.
Is creativity a virus? Ernie Schenck explores the quarantine on outside-the-box thinking.
Wendy Richmond shares her resources in searching for the perfect studio space.
All projects can be winners, and you should treat each one as such, Dave Kuhl argues.
Claire Sykes collects five art directors’ takes on building professional relationships with illustrators.
Monica Kass Rogers celebrates the return of a layout technique and its influence on photography.
Three programs that start teenagers on the path to careers in design.
Beatrice Heydiri, Adam Ryan Morris, Rachelle Simoneau, Brett Warren and Nikki Ormerod share their favorite photography tools and inspiration.
Book Reviews
PhotoViz examines 2-D photographs that expand our perception beyond surface details to tell larger, more complex stories
Provoke documents the photography of young Japanese photographers from the 1960's and the experimental photography magazine they created.
Jacob Loewentheil showcases the portraiture of Marcel Sternberger from the 1930's and 1940's.

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