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September/October 2017

Design Annual | 58

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Features
The artful caricatures of this Chicago-based illustrator reveal inner truths.
This hybrid production company and ad agency pushes the boundaries of its campaigns into new territories.
A hazy, dreamlike atmosphere permeates the work of this Berlin-based photographer.
In Seattle, Washington, a data visualization design firm brings clarity and creativity to its sometimes-inscrutable discipline.
Exhibit
Angus Hyland and his team at Pentagram London bring avant-garde aesthetics to vintage games.
Just like the watch it advertises, this billboard from Leo Burnett Israel is not what it seems.
Witty copy and a wave element freshen Bond’s identity for a Helsinki café.
The Partners and Lambie-Nairn create magnetic animations that unify a European TV network’s diverse content.
Anagrama’s identity for this chain of ice cream shops harkens back to the 1960s.
Fitzgerald & CO’s print ads run with the phrase “fast-setting concrete.”
Mercado McCann creates trippy print ads to demonstrate the risks of driving tired.
DDB Puerto Rico’s print ads show the frustrating wealth gap between you and the world’s richest animals.
Advantage Y&R’s print ads help Africans take a fresh look at the continent’s budding trash crisis.
Freytag Anderson rebrands a Scottish brewery rich in both history and innovation.
Fresh
This Manchester- and Leeds-based design firm applies big concepts to detailed work.
This Berlin-based photographer transforms preconceptions through her portraiture.
A Boston-based illustrator’s careful approach enables his images to say the most with the least.
Columns
Caitlin Dover showcases how some US designers have responded to the political climate.
Edo van Dijk and Paul Woods detail how design firms need to adapt to stay relevant.
Experiential marketing events attract new creative talent, as Claire Sykes reports.
Wendy Richmond calls for us to experience the tactile qualities of art.
Rachel Elnar investigates the strengths and weaknesses of five superfamilies.
You don’t need superpowers to be an advertising superhero, Ernie Schenck asserts.
Rachel Been, Dana Arnett, Gabby Lord, Jose Canales and Yah-Leng Yu share their favorite design inspiration.
Book Reviews
This dazzling 520-page monograph provides a dimensional portrait of this influential designer.
This pictorial reference book offers a fresh approach to understanding symbolism in design.
An in-depth look at color’s creative history and cultural associations.

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