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March/April 2018

Interactive Annual | 24

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A photographer has found a home base in Baltimore, Maryland—and in the uncrowded space where humor, fashion and storytelling overlap.
From Southern California, this design studio infuses client and personal work alike with a decidedly clean visual language.
A type lover shines a light on six typefaces and the stories behind their modern and dynamic forms.
This New York agency may take a full day to shoot seconds of content, but the result will drum up likes faster than you can say, “stop-motion.”
Using bold brushstrokes and overlapping textures, a Portland, Oregon–based illustrator is creating art that does no harm.
Visual Dialogue’s branding for an urban park connects the people and the art.
Beer goes well with lots of different foods and The Community London is showing you why.
Forsman & Bodenfors’s short film for Uber shows the absurdity of traffic.
Nueve Estudio’s rebranding of the Municipal Libraries adapts more to the local community.
Los Angeles–based design studio Public-Library creates a unique OOH campaign that allows the creative voice to run wild.
LOLA MullenLowe’s spot for Brooke Bond brings people together in teacups to reflect on a divided world.
Bluecadet’s exhibition design for Rosenbach Museum explores the science behind Frankenstein and Dracula.
Working with agency The Richards Group, Moth Studio takes on The Salvation Army’s seasonal Red Kettle advertisements to fight the battle against hunger.
YETI’s new publication, Dispatch, created by McGarrah Jessee, engages both new and old customers with stories of the wild and the gear that fuels them.
Super. Brand Consultant’s packaging for Novarroz immerses consumers into the illustrations of each rice product.
This London-based illustrator imbues her photomontages with context and color.
This Athens, Greece–based designer delves into design research to create meaningful communication.
This Los Angeles–based photographer’s work runs wild with inspiration.
E-sports is booming. Haniya Rae reports on the need for good design in this growing market.
In this age of clicks and likes, Ernie Schenck pauses to pay homage to craft and execution.
From New York City to San Francisco, Caroline Tiger takes note of the venues that offer inspiration in real life.
Wendy Richmond looks to the future, when our bodies’ physical and mental limitations may become a thing of the past.
Elizabeth Carey Smith traces the history of the high-fashion world as only a typographer can.
Baptiste Briel, Mikaila Weaver, Aristide Benoist, Kathryn McElroy and Barbara Spanton share the tools that inspire them.
Book Reviews
A practical guide on how to set up a shared language for teams to produce consistent visual output.
A theoretical look at the potential, challenges and impact that augmented reality may bring.
A hard look at how assumptions, biases and stereotypes are encoded into the digital products we use.

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