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May/June 2017

Illustration Annual | 58

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Based in Chicago, this production company gets to the heart of its projects with diverse visual techniques.
A New York-based experiential agency is breaking the mold by creating installations for brands.
This Toronto-based photographer’s insightful work brings environmental issues to light.
Minimalism, playfulness and high concepts abound in this Seoul-based studio’s designs.
Studio Feixen creates a festival identity that’s in continuous motion.
Photographer Randal Ford captures the ubiquitous feeling of being one with your couch.
Here Design brings Italian design heritage to an Amman, Jordan, eatery.
Thirst’s poster illustrations honor the music of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s MusicNOW series.
Cossette Chicago pays homage to the devoted fans of the McRib sandwich.
The 6th turns animals native to Scansano, Italy, into the protagonists of a high-quality olive oil.
BETC Paris’s film reveals the stark reality of being a journalist today.
Just try to turn your eyes away from this playful music video for MishCatt’s single “Another Dimension.”
Barkley honors the lessons learned and relationships built on high-school football teams.
Looma finds a quick, flexible visual solution in the art of origami.
The Oceanside, California–based photographer captures magic moments in his environment.
This Glendale, California–based artist illustrates worlds you can get lost in.
A designer in Chicago reveals the hidden meaning behind typography.
Sam McMillan discovers how agencies are creating one-of-a-kind campaigns on Instagram.
Ernie Schenck asks educators a hard question: Where is advertising going?
Sadie Red Wing on how cultural appropriation in design has eroded Native American identities.
The responsibility of environmentally sound packaging falls on designers, Anne Telford argues.
Wendy Richmond encourages artists to understand their importance in society.
Scott Kirkwood details three agencies that utilize freelancers to create great work.
Esther Pearl Watson, Tuna Bora, Dadu Shin, Simone Noronha and Keith Negley share their favorite illustration tools.
Book Reviews
Keith Granet takes creatives on a step-by-step journey, outlining key business skills that must be covered to maximize creativity.
Lessons, stories and case studies demonstrate how House Industries transforms obsessive curiosity into successful projects.
An anthology of the magazine’s best infographics of the past 128 years, visualizing the histories, facts and figures that describe our world.

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