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March/April 2022

Interactive Annual | 28

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Features
Cofounded by Chantra Malee and Lucas Sharp, this type foundry remixes classic genres and reshapes the industry.
Led by intuition and a passion for advertising, a global ad agency creates formidable campaigns inundated with pop culture.
Exhibit
Blok Design’s renewed identity for this furniture brand speaks to its impact on Canadian design while appealing to a contemporary audience.
A collaborative, star-studded campaign by Anomaly reimagines postpandemic travel through four unique perspectives.
Keke Palmer discusses setting boundaries in this latest installment by Anne Calandre, Friends Electric and Arts & Letters Creative Co. for Google Chromebook’s series of animated interviews.
ACNE’s campaign for this cruise liner company uses Steve McCurry’s photographs to inspire respectful travelers curious about broadening their horizons.
Soy Jairo Guerrero’s ads represent the ethos of Arqueología del Futuro, an album and sound essay on retrofuturism.
By Monotype creative type director Tom Foley, this typeface merges contemporary usability with character and soul.
Imaginary Forces highlights the suspenseful elements of this sci-fi TV show with obscured landmarks and vistas devoid of people.
For this New York City–based hotel, Mother Design broke away from the standard opulence of hospitality identities to design a language that reflected the nature in Central Park.
Mirroring the evolved practice of this veterinary hospital, McCann Health São Paulo’s campaign explores the evolution of our closest animal companions.
Denomination extends winery Tread Softly’s ecofriendly approach and aesthetic with packaging for its gin.
Fresh
This Amsterdam-based designer seeks to create a more informed world by blending the discipline of graphic design with theoretical research.
This Hamburg, Germany–based photographer captures the moments of real emotion in the midst of constructed sets.
A designer and illustrator in Rotterdam, Netherlands, cultivates balanced compositions in his work.
In Linz, Austria, a design firm has cultivated an unashamedly content-focused practice centered on typography.
Columns
Alexis Bustos, interaction designer at global digital consulting agency Star, looks forward to what the democratization of design can accomplish.
Pitting the brain’s data against the heart’s imagination, Ernie Schenck gives words to an ad creative’s inner sparring match.
Book Reviews
In this book, author Christoph Grünberger explores how technological advancements will change 2-D and 3-D interactive design.
Author Helen Armstrong’s book encourages designers to familiarize themselves with machine learning and its capabilities.
In her book, author Cheryl Platz outlines how UX designers can extend their skills beyond devices to create interactive experiences.

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