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November/December 2018

Advertising Annual | 59

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Features
Conforming to his own artistic vision, this Brooklyn-based illustrator is mastering uncanny beauty.
In an office building in Singapore, connoisseurs of fine design are capturing their clients’ stories.
Fueled by her personal projects, this Montréal photographer satiates our hunger for fresh, zesty imagery.
A Los Angeles studio finesses motion graphics through tight corners, crafting title sequences that soar.
Exhibit
The print ads for Reporter magazine focus on the most current issues in politics and society—with a surrealist touch.
The title sequence for the AICP Next Awards, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, was generated live using custom real-time software.
The new identity for Nike’s Track + Field events evokes the sense of speed, acceleration and dynamism.
Zulu Alpha Kilo’s OOH ads for Consonant Skincare are as organic and natural as its products.
Majestic animals and contemporary Chinese imagery make up the Creative Method’s identity for this beef noodle soup brand.
Innovation and craftsmanship work together in Base Design’s identity for jewelry luxury house Maison De Greef 1848.
The print ads for the adidas x Parley UltraBoost sneakers invite runners to join a global movement to run for the oceans.
Crisp colors and floral illustrations mesh together in Noise 13’s packaging for Sipsong Spirits.
Bold, summery GIFs for Airbnb Cycling Experiences take viewers on a biking journey around the world.
“The Unseen Side of Horse Racing” is an anthem to the Thoroughbred industry and the people who make Keeneland’s heart beat.
Fresh
In San Francisco, two bold cofounders are honing their fluency in advertising, design and illustration.
This Brooklyn, New York–based photographer listens to his subjects to capture their energy in intimate portraiture.
This Toronto-based artist meshes illustration and collage into bold, layered artworks.
Columns
Dave Kuhl asks the leaders of seven new ad agencies about the opportunities and pitfalls of startup life.
Having to revamp her website and find a new studio, Wendy Richmond adjusts the light on her story.
Joe Shepter charts a field pushing against the margins of the story as we know it.
Ernie Schenck warns against a future where creativity has been replaced by technology.
Monica Kass Rogers discovers how conservation photographers are combating climate change.
Marques Gartrell, Liz Valentine, Jay Russell, Carol H. Williams and Paola Schifino share what keeps them motivated.
Book Reviews
An instructive update on best practices in the digital age is also a call to action to read or reread the Ogilvy’s seminal work.
An enlightening portrait of an industry that is going through a period of enormous disruption.
A thought-provoking book that brings optimism, humor and common sense to an industry beset with cynicism.

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