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July/August 2021

Photography Annual | 62

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This Montréal multidisciplinary studio leans on its roots in lo-fi design to capture surreal worlds in motion.
A New York ad agency draws on its high cultural IQ to conceive fresh ways of connecting with consumers.
This South Korean illustrator rediscovered a passion for life through drawing.
From museums to university campuses, a design firm in Seattle immerses visitors in memorable stories.
McCann World Group México used satellite maps and Google technology to craft an intricate print campaign to showcase the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
Poetic and artistic, these print ads for Leica highlight the value of looking at the world in a more meaningful way.
Virgile Flores’s lookbook for Maison Margiela’s presents this esteemed French fashion house’s collections in a contemporary way.
The new experiential retail space for Presentedby’s flagship Dubai store combines the best of technology, shoe fashion and urban culture.
Repeat Beer’s new packaging thoroughly encapsulates the concept of repeat—through its infinitely looped name and cheeky nod to Indian customs.
“Rosemarie’s Life” both recalls the experiences of WWII survivor Rosemarie and supports recruitment of health professionals in long-term care.
These sleek opening titles play off the docuseries’ theme of exploring the manufactured forces that led to the rise of rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine.
The Veterans Coalition for Vaccination posters rallies everyone together to do their part and get the vaccine.
“Jump” reimagines the AirPods experience with a fresh beat and some fearless feats of Double Dutch.
Brand Brothers’s typographic identity for Brasserie Diagonale reveals the genesis of this independent French microbrewery.
This Toronto-based illustrator creates Renaissance-influenced portraiture inspired by her relationship with God and the need to represent Black women in art.
Inspired by futurism and the rave subculture of the ’90s, this London-based design firm incorporates a subcultural edginess into its work.
This Atlanta- and New York–based photographer weaves her cultural understanding of food into her work.
Ready for a new studio, Wendy Richmond looks no farther than her own home.
Ernie Schenck considers why the ad industry keeps adding fancy buzzwords to its lexicon.
Monica Kass Rogers discovers photographers using analog effects to make “real” photo magic.
Nancy Goulet reports on what job seekers need to know about the growing trend of creativity tests.
Dave Kuhl learns from recruiters how this past year might usher in a new normal at ad agencies.
Cynthia Mai Ammann, Morgan Heim, Andrew Kung, Denisse Myrick and Corey Perrine share what keeps them inspired.
Book Reviews
Mason Klein’s exhibition catalog for New York’s Jewish Museum reveals the visual impacts of midcentury mass culture and magazines.
Paul Martineau and Susan Ehrens help bring more historical context to this underappreciated woman photographer.
Chip Somodevilla and Ariel Zambelich’s book anthologizes this photojournalist who showed Americans the horrors of war around the world.

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