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July/August 2020

Photography Annual | 61

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This Los Angeles–based motion design studio takes its work for big brands as seriously as it does creative freedom and fun.
A Brooklyn illustrator captures the full palette of life and expresses it in warm, fluid brushstrokes.
With an exploratory, hands-on approach, this design duo in the Netherlands turns the grid into a frame for striking letterforms.
Clients in Albuquerque and beyond trust this small, hardworking, design-centric ad agency that punches above its weight.
For its 200th anniversary, the new identity for the Royal Astronomical Society embraces the classic spinning spoke design in a modern way.
Sophisticated and classic, the packaging for this cocktail brand achieves harmony through a minimalist design.
The identity for this investment funds company takes root in sustainable agriculture and hopes to improve the lives of farmers in small communities.
“Jane’s Story” challenges the unconscious bias that society has towards women being unable to handle money.
The packaging for Rapscallion Soda showcases founder Gregor Leckie’s meticulous approach and cheeky charm.
Zoo Studio’s ads for Corretja inspire consumers to imagine their own construction and decoration solutions.
Otherside Brewing Co.’s responding ale to the current medical crisis communicates the simple honesty and empathy that is needed in times of uncertainty.
Colorful photography and sleek designs emphasize movement in the identity for this Oakland-based mixed-use development.
Madwell and DPAA’s campaign harnesses the power of digital OOH to share important information about slowing the spread of COVID-19.
“WY Responsibly” encourages people to use the silence and empty spaces to re-evaluate how they will approach life when it gets back to normal.
This London-based book cover designer pushes boundaries with vibrant, punk-inspired graphics.
Working with acrylic paints, this Los Angeles–based illustrator approaches the subjects in her work with empathy.
This Bogotá-based photographer expresses her artistic vision by finding the beauty in the ordinary.
Especially now, be sure to boost your creative immune system, Ernie Schenck writes.
With much of the world still on pause, Wendy Richmond imagines a new normal.
Ten years after Instagram’s launch, Monica Kass Rogers brings the platform’s impact on commercial photography into focus.
Augmented reality ads are evolving. Chris Daniels reports on new opportunities the tech provides for brands.
At the start of COVID-era marketing, Ellen Shapiro asks agencies and production companies how they’re responding.
Deanna Fitzmaurice, Maya Fuhr, Julia Gartland, Bernhard Lang and Mathieu Lévesque share what keeps them inspired.
Book Reviews
Edited by Sarah Hermanson Meister, this book recombines the iconic photographs of Lange with the political texts that accompanied them.
Antwaun Sargent’s collection of portfolios and essays highlights a new wave of Black photographers.
Kathleen Pyne’s book provides readers with a window into the world of this Hawai‘ian-born, West Coast–based photographer.

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