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January/February 2019

Typography Annual | 9

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Features
In a Texas haven for creativity and business, three indie agencies are making music of their own.
Raw beauty blooms under this Stockholm-based illustrator’s steady hands.
This Seattle-based photographer steers the narrative for Indigenous peoples into new waters.
A global design firm headquartered in London is helping both challenger and iconic brands future-proof.
Exhibit
‘Rang-Tan: The Story of Dirty Palm Oil’ tells the tale of the palm oil industry that destroys the lives of orangutans.
The visually arresting print ads for global initiative Plastic Bag Free World highlight the effects of plastic bags on the environment.
The print ads for this North Carolina–based bakery proclaim the important fact that bread is always delicious.
The typographic stamps bring this iconic London theater to life to a new generation of theater fans.
Virtual materials and dynamic visions make viewers think in f°am studio’s motion graphics for the IBM Think 2018 Conference.
Colorful typographic spreads complement financial data in Sagmeister & Walsh’s annual report design for lighting company Zumtobel Group.
Bright colors and metallic finishes spruce up Anagrama’s packaging for this premium chocolate brand.
The identity for Barwis takes the essence of this holistic human performance company and connects it with a larger audience.
The new ads for this London fashion brand challenges outdated labels and stereotypes to celebrate diversity and inclusivity.
“The Path to Sleep Enlightenment” takes viewers on a trip through the mattress decision-making process to make it clear that Saatva is the best.
Fresh
Strong concepts suffuse the work of this Toronto-based illustrator.
This Berlin-based photographer creates crisp “digital paintings” of people and objects.
This Berlin- and New York City–based design firm creates work in the sweet spot where design and technology meet.
Columns
Susan Hodara speaks to designers, artists and developers using type in virtual environments.
As more brands jump on the purpose bandwagon, Ernie Schenck calls for the authentic truth.
Eric Benson leads us out of the forest and into the world of alternative-fiber paper.
Wendy Richmond reflects on the power of making art rooted in grief.
Janelle Bitker discovers how designers are packing experience into the subscription box.
Eben Sorkin, Indra Kupferschmid, Olga Vasik, Lynne Yun and Khajag Apelian share their best typographic resources.
Book Reviews
An illustrated overview of technology’s effect on printing and traditional typographic craft over the last five centuries.
An inspiring showcase of dynamic hand lettering from today’s young and sought-after typographers and calligraphers.
A wide-ranging, reflective, critical theory of how we process various letterforms and its impact on type design.

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