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May/June 2022

Illustration Annual | 63

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Every medium presents new opportunities to explore design philosophy for this Porto, Portugal–based design studio.
A Jackson, Wyoming–based climber and adventure photographer documents the pinnacle of human achievement.
Tea for Two’s new packaging for this olive oil brand communicates the differences in olive varieties while evoking an unpretentious elegance.
The I’m Really From campaign by Droga5 affirms Asian Americans as true citizens of the US cities in which they live.
Visual Dialogue infuses every corner of this Boston residential space with the artistic spirit of the Allston neighborhood.
“An Unlikely Friendship” by CYW follows two kindred souls—one cynical zookeeper and one outcast hyena—as they bond over Amazon Prime Video.
Arnaud Chemin’s typeface for Nouvelle Noire reflects the characteristics of Didot while modernizing aspects for today’s designers.
Zulu Alpha Kilo’s website and campaign help expose the hidden nature of microaggressions while showing their damaging impact.
TRG’s ad campaign uses historical stock photography to associate this mineral water brand with its Texan heritage.
& SMITH’s identity system for this group of hotels gives each a distinctive character while balancing luxury and levity.
Antibody’s opening titles for this Netflix mystery-horror series revisits visual feedback and VHS artifacts of ’90s video technology.
Made by VanMoof and Rowdy, this spot features three impressive thieves foiled by the VanMoof e-bike’s security system.
Drawing inspiration from cities and urban architecture, this Hong Kong–based designer focuses on the relationship between design and people.
Currently working at BBC Creative, this London-based designer combines a methodical approach with experimentation to produce idiosyncratic design.
This Calgary, Alberta–based illustrator continuously explores new techniques and forms of expression in her work.
This French illustrator elevates the discipline of illustration by applying the conceptual element of fine art.
This Nairobi-based photographer explores the colors, textures and patterns of Kenyan textiles to tell the stories of her fellow citizens.
Ernie Schenck pens a new animal fable to demonstrate how ad creatives need an adaptable mindset.
Book Reviews
Greg Houston’s practical and theoretical manual for those interested in caricature dives into the why behind the artform.
An examination of artist and illustrator Shantell Martin’s use of lines and language in her work while exploring the relationship between art and identity.
This art retrospective covers the illustrious careers of Alice and Martin Provensen, an illustrator couple with a prolific output.

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