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November/December 2022

Advertising Annual | 63

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An Arlington, Virginia–based photojournalist reflects on her storied career and the incredible relationships she’s forged.
With concrete locations in Brooklyn and San Francisco and a globally based team, this design firm generates value for its clients.
Federico Parra Barrios’s variable typeface draws inspiration from photographic exposure to explore the extreme boundaries of letterforms.
For this billiards supply company’s ad campaign, MMB reinjected authenticity by photographing real pool sharks.
Pentagram updated this iconic New York cultural center with a new identity that eliminates confusion and opens possibilities.
Wieden+Kennedy’s film “The Myth” discusses the harmful effects of the “model minority” stereotype experienced by Asian Americans.
Popcorn Comunicação’s campaign for the Sindicato Nacional dos Auditores Fiscais do Trabalho drives viewers to take action against slave labor.
Illusory perspectives and reflections in Sarofsky’s main titles for The Staircase clue viewers into the intrigue behind this true crime murder series.
DNCO draws inspiration from graph theory and plus codes to create a data-related identity system for this science and innovation park.
MullenLowe New York’s campaign prepares festivalgoers of the Brooklyn Film Festival to engage with art that challenges them.
This campaign by Publicis Groupe Middle East gives the Jeep community a distinct visual language to communicate with and fuel their love of adventure.
Black cans and vivid ingredient illustrations give this sparkling drink brand an iconic visual language designed by ROOK/NYC.
Mythological and occult themes inspire this Vancouver, Canada–based illustrator to create tactile works of art.
This Brooklyn-based photographer represents the female experience in her work through color, shape and moments of unbridled joy.
This Thessaloniki-based design firm crafts bold visual languages through its research-led process.
This Amman, Jordan–based multidisciplinary designer and typographer continually leaves his comfort zone to explore avant-garde design.
Ernie Schenck advocates for creating a Someday Vault where ad creatives can store and hoard ideas.
Book Reviews
In her companion book for a Los Angeles County Museum of Art exhibition, Rebecca Morse examines the dialog between commercial and fine art photography.
Mike Everett takes a deep dive into the work and stories behind ad agency Collett Dickenson Pearce & Partners, a lynchpin in the United Kingdom’s advertising history.
Drawing upon his 25 years of experience in the industry, David Snellenberg offers 75 pieces of advice for creatives in and outside the industry alike.

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