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January/February 2017

Typography Annual | 7

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This San Francisco-based artist infuses her illustrations with rich atmospheres and fantastic elements.
The work of this Los Angeles-based photographer exudes natural light and motion.
A design firm in Brisbane, Australia, brings clarity to spaces with wayfinding solutions.
Budgets may be reasonable, but creativity runs high in this Boston ad agency.
Nothing about this multinational digital design firm is conventional, from its work to its personality.
With complete creative freedom, ManvsMachine creates a film that showcases what MAXON’s latest software release can do.
PP+K’s poster campaign shows the dire environments that Tampa Bay’s homeless families must face.
A button threads through Studio South’s brand identity for a well-loved New Zealand–based tailoring business.
By 2017, this print series will boast 59 posters from 59 artists—one poster to honor each US national park.
This brand identity by San Francisco–based design firm Strohl marks a new kind of fast food restaurant.
This spot by ad agency Bensimon Byrne re-creates some of hockey’s most celebrated goals—by using kids.
This brand identity by Austin-based studio Helms Workshop references a Kansas City brewery’s original logo.
These print ads by Californian ad agency Zambezi jovially invites you to “come as you are” to the Venetian Las Vegas.
These season ticket mailers by Winston-Salem-based studio Wildfire turn into games of minibasketball.
Paradise Advertising’s print ads recruit visitors to Florida’s fictional Vacationauts Program.
A Nairobi-based photographer’s work rewrites misconceptions about African culture.
Humor and emotional connections enrich the work of this Cape Town, South Africa, artist.
From her studio in Pittsburgh, this designer combines vivid colors with pragmatic editorial aesthetics.
Anne Telford discusses the current state of the illustration industry.
Ernie Schenck calls for a return to originality in advertising.
Rebecca Huval details the need to keep fighting for gender equality in advertising.
Protection through art comes in many different forms, Wendy Richmond finds.
Legal cannabis is a gold rush opportunity in the design world, Ellen Shapiro reports.
Variability will revolutionize OpenType, and Thomas Phinney explains how.
John Clifford interviews three creatives who found success in switching disciplines.
Maria Montes, Nick Sherman, Kristyan Sarkis, Nina Stössinger and Marta Cerdà Alimbau share their most inspiring typographic resources.
Book Reviews
Rudy VanderLans compiles 20-years of type specimens created by Emigre.
Kees Dorst, Lucy Kaldor, Lucy Klippan and Rodger Watson created an essential guide to solving problems in the public sector by using design thinking as a tool.
Aaron Keller, Renée Marino and Dan Wallace deliver a lesson in neuroscience and physics to help build better brands.

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