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July/August 2019

Photography Annual | 60

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This Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania–based creative technology agency is engineering wildly fun experiential marketing.
From a garret studio in San Francisco, the design duo smoothes meticulous research into effortless brand touchpoints.
This Tokyo-based illustrator provides serene scenes for readers to enjoy moments of quiet contemplation.
Rooted in their kind company culture, the staffers at this New York agency create feel-good ads that reinvigorate brands.
A sampling of work and commentary by some of the photographers who have been featured in the pages of Communication Arts.
The extensive store display for Converse invites all Chuck Taylor shoe fans to be part of a movement and share their own experiences.
Visually striking OOH posters advertise the functional, healing philosophy of this Toronto-based restaurant.
“The More That You See” celebrates Dr. Seuss’s classic work and tells of the unbelievable-but-true claims that Farmers Insurance has seen.
Quirky onion motifs and brass colors make up the lighthearted identity for this Kansas-based local eatery.
Geometrical honeycomb patterns mix with golden foil finishes to create a luscious identity for this Slovenian honey business.
The print ads for Apple Sport Chevrolet advise having a copilot be your designated texter when you drive—with the help of famous duos.
The bright-colored packaging for this beef jerky brand gives consumers a snapshot of the unique stories behind each of the flavors.
These surrealistic digital projections express the haunted thoughts of the characters within Chicago Repertory Ballet’s production of Macbeth.
Gaussian blurs and bright backgrounds turn McDonald’s classic menu items into a work of art.
360i and Elastic teamed up together to recreate the opening sequence of tv show Game of Thrones—with the help of Oreos.
This Seoul, South Korea–based firm uses a dash of online inspiration and an editor’s eye to craft unique work.
This Toronto-based illustrator experiments beyond the static image.
This London, United Kingdom–based photographer showcases her passion for music and street culture.
Ernie Schenck musters creatives to endure the scrutiny of their peers.
In-house creatives show Julie Prendiville Roux how they’re empowering the brands they work for, and vice versa.
In Rome, Wendy Richmond listens carefully for the call of new inspiration.
Yolanda Zappaterra reveals the creative process behind three recent generative design projects.
Rebecca Robertson finds that the photography industry is reckoning with new technology and old challenges.
Ami Vitale, Joshua Kissi, Lindsay Siu, Justin Carrasquillo and Julia Nimke share what keeps them inspired.
Book Reviews
László Moholy-Nagy’s visionary book on film and photography returns to inspire in a new fascimile edition.
Dive into the processes of photography masters and find inspiration only a flip of the page away.
Equal parts heartfelt and heartwrenching, Lynsey Addario’s book gives us an honest look at wartime photojournalism.

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