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January/February 2020

Typography Annual | 10

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A London-based illustrator specializing in photomontage has pieced together her moral stance and creative skills.
From its treehouse studio in Austin, Texas, this design firm nourishes brands’ roots to promote healthy growth.
Far from her home in Falls Church, Virginia, a photojournalist finds the moments that make up complex stories.
In Culver City, California, this indie ad agency “takes bigger bites” to fuel its highly collaborative process.
A sampling of work and commentary by some of the type aficionados who have been featured in the pages of Communication Arts.
Flashiness gives way to timeless style and function in the OOH ads for this men’s basics brand.
Unified yet flexible, the new identity for the City of Oslo is an ode to its various cityscapes and forests.
This delectable OOH installation encourages London commuters to leave the conventional behind and embrace the peculiar.
Birds and fruits are elegantly fused together in the natural, modern packaging for this jam and fruits preserves line.
Whimsical characters engage consumers in the packaging for Who Gives a Crap’s limited edition toilet paper line.
The unique shape of HiBAR’s new shampoo and conditioning bars is memorable both in and out of the shower.
“An Homage to Our Classics That Transcended Sports” brings the brand’s key historic moments to life in celebration of its 70th anniversary.
Viewers are transported to the Panama Canal in the new OOH ads for the Santiago Interactive Center.
Aglow with light and energy, the identity for Sydney Airport connects with global customers in an authentic way.
The cofounders of this animation studio work across Italy and Bulgaria to collaborate on wild ideas and creative visions.
This Munich, Germany–based designer’s projects resonate with emotion and feeling.
This Atlanta, Georgia–based photographer creates intimate connections between viewers and the models of his portraiture work.
Having recently taken up sewing, Wendy Richmond threads together the fresh insights it offers.
Stop sweating the small stuff and conserve your creative energy for the work, Ernie Schenck writes.
Exploring design partnerships, Ellen Shapiro finds that two minds are not always better than one.
Dan Reynolds traces the technological evolution from hot type to variable fonts.
Maya P. Lim discovers the design flexibility and complex dualities of the blob.
Petra Dočekalová, Flavia Zimbardi, Lauren Hom, Kevin Cantrell and Agyei Archer share the projects that keep them inspired.
Book Reviews
Curated by TwoPoints.Net, this book provides a compass for typographers embarking into the uncharted territory of variable fonts.
Woshe’s book charts the emergence of graffiti as an art form and its importance to the hip-hop community.
John Boardley celebrates the innovations that developed typographic design in this book.

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