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March/April 2020

Interactive Annual | 26

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An East Coast transplant headed west to explore the evolving landscape of illustration.
Fueled by its maker culture, an ad agency in Greenville, South Carolina, has burst onto the national scene.
Focusing on the details, this Austin-based photographer enhances the vibrancy of his subjects.
With versatility and a playful approach, this design firm thrives in the international business climate of Mexico City.
Through constant experimentation, this English duo stays on the cutting edge between design, illustration and typography.
“Eyes Say More Than Words” invites eyeglass consumers to partake in a silent revolution and speak with their eyes.
“My Hockey Mom” celebrates the moms whose dedication and support help make the game of hockey happen.
Keg Creek Brewing celebrates its 100th batch with the mother of all hypebeast lore.
Geometric patterned tapes and hand-painted typography mix together in the identity for this Egyptian street food restaurant.
Data-driven magic and eye-catching visuals blossom in the new video campaign for Bloomberg.
Insightful and witty, these OOH ads for FORGE speak to veterans in a language that only they would understand.
Utilizing a new typeface crafted from the graffiti on the Berlin Wall, the “Voice of the Wall” reminds everybody about how precious freedom is.
Crisp yet supple, the packaging for this premium dried fruits brand entices consumers to relish in these healthy delicacies.
Scandinavian design and the colors of the Nordic lights come together in the new banknote designs for the Central Bank of Norway.
Black Swan State Theatre Company launched its 2020 season with a brand campaign that captures the diversity and culture of Western Australia.
The cofounders of this Porto, Portugal–based studio incite ideological riots by lobbing “graphic weapons” into the visual landscape.
This self-taught, London-based duo infuses photographs with humor and color.
Brandishing her paintbrush, this Queens, New York–based illustrator molds tinted colors into movie-like narratives.
Wendy Richmond enjoys the process of reconciling interrogation and play.
The ability to maintain creative identity comes from within, Ernie Schenck writes.
Dave Kuhl highlights change agents who are tackling ageism in the ad industry.
Graphic journalists are combining the power of words and images to explain tough topics, as Susan Hodara reports.
Chris Daniels finds designers establishing hubs of creativity in communities across the United States.
Shaheena Attarwala, Shelley Evenson, John Kudos, Samuel Mensah and Tea Uglow share the tools that keep them going.
Book Reviews
Stephanie Riggs examines how innovations in media will affect how we approach the generation of storytelling.
Adrian Shaughnessy and Tony Brook offer a dive into the experimental digital work of Sheffield-based firm Universal Everything.
FWA founder Rob Ford presents this collection of 200 websites that helped defined the canon of web design.

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