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September/October 2022

Design Annual | 63

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Using humor and strategic celebrity endorsements, this Chicago-based ad agency has cracked the Super Bowl code.
A Turin-based motion graphics studio enkindles playfulness and wonder through its colorful, abstract visual language.
BLVR’s spot for grooming tool brand Andis spotlights the Compton Cowboys, a group of horseback riders that teach equestrian culture to children in Compton, California.
Designed by Bedow, a grid system on this kombucha brand’s bottles acts as an infographic that displays its ingredients.
Animated charcoal illustrations represent the imperfections of memory in Arisu’s opening titles for Apple TV’s mystery-drama miniseries.
For this billboard campaign to promote the 2022 MLB season, Truth & Consequences focuses on evoking the things Phillies fans love about baseball.
Jan Fromm’s variable font family for Fontwerk harkens to the warmth and vibrancy of Baroque typefaces with a restrained, contemporaneous aesthetic.
Bailey & Co.’s spots for Beyond Housing’s “Once and for All” initiative call for the populace of St. Louis to unite and bolster their community.
A new identity and packaging system by Pendo communicate the elegance of this Manuka honey brand.
Serviceplan Experience’s spot focuses on an unexpected part of family gatherings: figuring out how to untangle chaotic parking.
TWINEICH imbued this Zapatoca, Colombia-based coffee farm’s identity with the character of the surrounding Santander region.
FCB Inferno’s campaign reframes the preconceived image of dyslexia by highlighting the incredible creativity it proffers.
With an exploratory approach, this Helsinki-based designer constantly searches for boundaries she can push.
This new directing duo has made a splash on the advertising scene with commercials that combine fashion, humor and narrative storytelling.
This Tasmanian graphic designer dives straight into the heart of her clients’ brands to create holistic identities and packaging systems.
Stark, dark and surreal, the art of this Los Angeles–based illustrator commands the attention of viewers immediately.
Creating great work means letting go of expectations and learning to enjoy the process, Ernie Schenck reports.
Book Reviews
Paul Gorman’s epigraph examines the visual world of Barney Bubbles through the artists, designers and musicians he impacted.
Richard Poulin’s profile of the multidisciplinary designer focuses on his mentorships and the influence he’s had on others.
In her book, Briar Levit profiles the unsung women that have worked in and helped develop visual communications throughout history.

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