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July/August 2018

Photography Annual | 59

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A Bellingham, Washington–based illustrator turns sci-fi and fantasy characters into flesh and blood.
In London, United Kingdom, an intrepid motion and computer graphics studio conducts experiments in the name of art.
A Charleston-based duo has honed their design studio’s own point of view.
Its “we’re-in-it-together” attitude enables this boutique agency in Toronto to hoist up powerhouse brands.
The new identity for this iconic cultural landmark uses its circular shape to celebrate Shakespeare’s impact on the world.
Hahndorf Hill Winery’s new packaging invites customers to interact with the different wines and explore their histories.
Performance apparel company Under Armour’s spot “UA HOVR: Welcome To Your New Running Experience” encourages consumers to partake in a new athletic experience.
The new identity and logo for Beach Soccer Czech Republic captures the fun of the beach soccer world.
The title sequence for true crime television series Profiles in Murder looks into the sinister nature of the homicides and the investigators who solve them.
The print ads for the online luxury watch marketplace add a wild touch by personifying consumer fears with animals that represent them.
The print ads for the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup emphasize that garbage drives wildlife out of their habitats.
The packaging for this Milanese artisan rice brand uses simple, geometric patterns to set itself apart in the market.
Director Erin Sarofsky’s iMac Pro film puts the famed desktop through its paces, bringing a series of dreamy illustrations to life.
Candy brand Xiu Dou’s dramatically scrunched print ads bring out the sourness drama.
This Paris, France–based photographer toes the line between documentary and fiction in her pictures.
This Beijing, China–based studio fuses modern applications and cultural context in its composite designs.
Viewers are drawn to the textures and colors in this Queens, New York–based illustrator’s editorial work.
Ernie Schenck reminds us that “digital glitter” is no substitute for what really matters—understanding the human condition.
Venturing outside the walls of the traditional gallery, Wendy Richmond discovers new venues for art.
Haniya Rae reports on how game and graphic designers are navigating the new rules of the hobby games market.
Susan Hodara discovers how art directors and illustrators are utilizing the animated GIF—or not.
Four VR photography experts share their tales with Sam McMillan and offer some tips for shooting in 360 degrees.
Oriana Koren, Justin Poulsen, Daniella Zalcman, Henry Hargreaves and Ashima Narain share their favorite photography tools.
Book Reviews
The evolution of food in photography from the 1840s to present.
An unvarnished biography of arguably the world’s most famous photographer
A celebration of fresh, female voices in the documentary photography community.

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