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March/April 2017

Interactive Annual | 23

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A love of exploration forms this Portland, Oregon–based ad agency's one-of-a-kind creative process.
Based in New York City, this artist approaches his symbolic illustrations with an intense dedication to detail.
Strong creative teams make strong design work, as this Dallas-based design studio shows.
This Seattle-based photographer captures playful abstractions of forms in her visually refreshing work.
A classic art form is alive and well in the inventive work of these five hand letterers.
This catalog from the Vancouver-based studio Post Projects features contemporary takes on product design.
Stockholm-based Essen International breathes a fresh note of Scandinavian minimalism into kitchenware packaging.
Wieden+Kennedy London creates a large in-store installation to honor British distance runner Mo Farah.
SMPTE color bars enliven this festival identity by Barcelona-based design studio Hey.
Norton by Symantec partnered with Grey San Francisco to help raise voices against cyberbullying.
Leviathan and Luci Creative’s simulation brings a German WWII submarine to life.
Saatchi & Saatchi New York and Anonymous Content show a situation where Tide is the only detergent brand to trust.
Shine United uses honest headlines to celebrate a hard-working Wisconsin brewery.
Metric Design looks at a historic building’s past to create a timeless identity for its future.
Bright Red\TBWA showcases a brand of socks fit for the dreamers of the world.
This New York City–based photographer captures human truths within his impressionistic work.
This Reno, Nevada–based illustrator takes dark, disturbing themes and makes them beautiful.
A Vancouver, British Columbia–based firm, Brief enriches its work with worldly influences and solid colors.
Yolanda Zappaterra uncovers how augmented reality revolutionizes installation design.
Ernie Schenck argues that while advertising may not save the world, it should help.
Allan Haley details four typefaces that don't sacrifice character for versatility.
Wendy Richmond details a method to overcome your inability to describe your work.
1980s and 1990s nostalgia prevails in an uncertain political climate, Caitlin Dover reports.
Amy Ng showcases three illustration collectives that found strength in numbers.
Kelsie Van Deman, Irene Au, Husani Oakley, Tobias Van Schneider and Rebecca Ussai share their favorite interactive design resources.
Book Reviews
Andrew Richardson shows readers how data, code and algorithms harness the power of the computer to generate innovative visual expressions.
John Bielenberg, Mike Burn, Greg Galle and Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson compiled techniques, tools and drills to get impactful designs out into the world.
This textbook by Peter Claver Fine presents complex problems and offers methods to solve them using sustainable graphic design.

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