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November/December 2019

Advertising Annual | 60

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Physical spaces become the canvas for this Brooklyn-based experience design firm’s dynamic, data-driven visualizations.
Collaboration and inclusion have always been in fashion for this Oakland-based photographer.
Through rip-roaring, witty graphics, a design firm incites optimism in the locals of Baltimore and beyond.
In Toronto, an illustrator warps time by creating futuristic images that evoke nostalgia.
A sampling of work and commentary by some of the creative directors and ad agencies who have been featured in Communication Arts.
The packaging for Provisions Marou embodies the adventurous spirit of this functional, yet gourmet chocolate product range.
Punchy headlines and bright colors give a shout out to the naturally friendly ingredients used by this oral care company.
The main illustration for this Milan-based luxury packaging fair takes cues from vintage typography catalogs from the 1800s.
Dynamic patterns and illuminated portraitures reflect the historic Battersea Power Station and the global destination it is today.
Penguin Classics’s ads celebrate the dog-eared classic novels that have left their mark on the readers everywhere.
The spirit of the Craftman lives on in the signage for this performing arts theater in the heart of El Prat de Llobregat, Spain.
Vancouver Island Brewing’s Pod Packs helps raise awareness for the Southern Resident Killer Whales population decline.
Panzer Pulpo’s posters for Geada Negra Brewery revel in the harmony between beer and rock ’n’ roll.
Minimalistic lines race through punchy colors to direct motorists to their nearest McDonald’s.
“The Story Continues” showcases the heritage of Wimbledon through some of its iconic moments alongside world events.
With passion for the unusual and a journalist’s eye, this New York–based photographer documents overlooked stories.
Influenced by contemporary life, this London-based illustrator constructs minimalist, muted worlds.
The founder of this multidisciplinary design studio in Hong Kong is enhancing the value of design.
Chris Daniels traces the evolution and enduring importance of public service announcements.
Ernie Schenck tries to convince recent college graduates to consider a career in advertising.
Dave Kuhl’s Advertising Career Analysis Generator predicts the creative job titles of the future.
Allan Haley reports on how classic typefaces are maintaining their value.
Wendy Richmond finds a new way of thinking about competition.
Shannon Washington, Maitê Albuquerque, Candace D. Queen, Toan Nguyen and Ciro Sarmiento share the projects that keep them inspired.
Book Reviews
Rory Sutherland explores how the power of suggestion has contributed to successful advertising for brands.
In her book, Christina Ward examines how advertising and cookbooks have developed the corporate landscape of American cuisine.
Thomas Kemeny’s book hands the keys of memorable copywriting to readers.

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