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May/June 2019

Illustration Annual | 60

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Fueled by its expertise in interactive installations, an experiential agency in Chicago is bringing art into physical spaces.
This Australia-based design firm whets its work on fine art and culture, proving that elegance looks better with a sharp edge.
This Santa Monica ad agency spins tricky briefs into campaigns fit for modern audiences.
In New York City, a photographer pauses in her meteoric rise to share her art and story.
A sampling of work and commentary by some of the illustrators who have been featured in the pages of Communication Arts.
Brand Brothers’s new identity for this Parisian music store embraces innovation with a bold graphic language.
Iconic characters from classic literature exchange places in Les Évadés’s whimsical posters for this Montréal–based bookstore.
Cleverly executed print ads for Berlitz Canada show professionals what happens when you don’t speak the language.
The OOH posters for the British Army sees beyond the common misperceptions of young people—showing them that they belong.
The thirty-second spot “Tailgates” acknowledges the rich history that led up to the modern version of the Chevy Silverado.
Billowing colorful patterns and Colombian flare mix together in the packaging for this new non-alcoholic spirits brand.
Traditional patterns and farm elements blend together in the packaging for Dália Alimentos’s new dairy line.
The trailer for the Interaction 20 design conference showcases iconic Italian symbols and how they reflect the theme of a new dawn.
Psychedelic-punk graphics mix with a minimalist black and white palette in the identity for this Baltimore, Maryland–based video rental store.
Historical infographic timelines highlight the effects of plastic straws on the environment in these print ads for the MarViva Foundation.
This Bath, UK–based design studio’s design expertise comes from its commitment to the ideas and craft.
In Valencia, Spain, a fashion and lifestyle photographer brightens unusual compositions with charming details.
This Vancouver, Canada–based illustrator’s airy artwork reflects the melting pot of her cultural heritage.
Angela Riechers reports on the challenges and opportunities of multiscript type design.
Wendy Richmond questions whether our visual taste is set in stone.
In a written piece and an illustrated board game, Jaleen Grove tells the story of illustration.
The only thing scarier than a killer idea is the scarcity of them, Ernie Schenck writes.
Sam McMillan says hi to bot design and conversational user interfaces.
Andrea Pippins, Jen Bartel, Eleanor Davis, Stanley Chow and Roman Muradov share what keeps them inspired.
Book Reviews
The first history of illustration written by an international team of illustration historians, practitioners and educators.
An introduction to the key elements of good illustration as explained through the techniques used by masters of the field.
An overview of illustration’s history, ethical dilemmas, practical challenges and opportunities.

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