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July/August 2017

Photography Annual | 58

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This Toronto-based digital firm creates sites that put visitors in the driver's seat of documentaries.
Profound campaigns spring from this Madison, Wisconsin–based ad agency’s comprehensive client relationships.
A Finnish illustrator with limitless imagination explores every possible medium, from body painting to dollhouse making.
Big on concept, this San Francisco–based design firm fills its integrated campaigns to the brim with character.
Buster’s title sequence juxtaposes historical struggles and taboos with modern realities.
BBDO San Francisco reinforces the many benefits that “Dads Who Play Barbie” can have on their daughters.
Leo Burnett Canada helps a Peruvian community turn its knitted goods into a modern fashion brand.
Venables Bell & Partners’ print ads empower travelers to regain control over their wellness.
Mucca imitates user interface design in the menu of a New York eatery.
Arnold Worldwide creates print ads in the style of ’70s and ’80s action movie posters.
The bookstore, by Brand Union and Ogilvy & Mather Hong Kong, protests the rise of unjust censorship in Hong Kong.
Cue, Inc. works with a third-generation saddlemaker to package a twenty-year-aged whisky.
Macchiatto unifies the identities of multiple stakeholders in the Presidio of San Francisco’s new visitor center.
Sid Lee New York uses cut-in-half objects to tell the story of the Internet’s missing potential.
This Mexico City–based photographer’s work unites glamour and adventure.
From books to music videos, the work of this Brooklyn-based designer knows no bounds.
A natural energy emanates from the superdetailed images of this London illustrator.
Allan Haley talks with font designers about creating custom fonts for brands.
Ellen Shapiro uncovers various methods of design research and acquiring public domain assets.
Yolanda Zappaterra explores how generative design is set to change the industry.
Wendy Richmond explores the memories proffered by personal libraries.
For designers looking to step outside the box, enter a zine library, Julia Lipscomb reports.
Ernie Schenck suggests it might be time for copywriters and art directors to see other people.
Christine Hahn, Paul Octavious, Jessica Zollman, Pari Dukovic and Helena Price share what inspires them.
Book Reviews
Despite its intellectual heft, this book reflects the unpretentious, yet exacting approach to Kati Horna’s considerable legacy.
250 of the best images from the thousands that have appeared on Dronestagram.
Gleb Derujinsky married the worlds of fashion and photography to help elevate fashion into an art form.

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