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January/February 2016

Typography Annual | 6

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Features
The resourceful Kiwis at this New Zealand interactive agency have perfected the recipe for high-quality, cost-efficient work.
This Denver ad agency produces top-notch campaigns to artfully convince the public to do the right thing.
The London- and New York–based design firm proves that you can, in fact, judge a liquor by its label.
Armed with compassion and patience for her craft, this Montréal illustrator draws out the essence of her subjects.
An adventurous photographer explores the world and his home in Coronado, California, to capture the full spectrum of natural light.
Exhibit
Monotype and FIELD partnered to create an interactive installation that explores typography.
Posters capture the inventive spirit of each city for the SPAMerican tour.
Mucho’s identity for the Barcelona museum’s 40th anniversary mimics its iconic building.
Y&R Sao Paulo created 8-bit versions of iconic movie scenes to advertise LG’s new TV.
Design Ranch’s work captures the wonder of visiting the National Museum of Toys and Miniatures.
DLKW Lowe’s commercial features a young breakdancing prodigy practicing her routine.
BBH Asia Pacific’s ad relates building an IKEA kitchen to cooking a delicious meal.
McCann New York & Tommee Tippee recycled unwanted parenting advice to make baby wipes.
Michael Doret's postage stamp series recalls the artwork on vintage seed packets.
Swear Words’s bold, geometric designs for PICO chocolate bars riff on classic Swiss posters.
Fresh
Awash with tenderness, Monica Garwood’s illustrations exude a feminine—and feminist—strength.
Studio Mut shakes up the grid with rebellious designs across a variety of media.
Anastasiia Sapon’s jewel-toned photographs capture the moments that make her heart skip.
Columns
Allan Haley teaches readers what to watch out for in historical typeface redesigns.
Monica Kass Rogers finds that tastefully messy food photography has influenced other disciplines.
Wendy Richmond digs toward the wellspring of our intuition.
Boring, shmoring—Ernie Schenck proves why seemingly dry subjects are anything but.
Bob Hambly shares his playbook for calming down clients who fear change.
Grace Bello on how illustrators turn to graphic novels to feed their souls—and their careers.
Maria Doreuli, Erik Marinovich, Tomomi Maezawa, Alán Guzmán and Dr. Nadine Chahine share their favorite typography tools.
Book Reviews
Villagomez reexamines her love of typography in the context of culture.
Jessica Hische has con­densed her remarkable story into a great resource covering every aspect of her trade as a lettering artist.
A collection of typographic essays curated by Henrik Kubel and Scott Williams.

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