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July/August 2022

Photography Annual | 63

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A Berlin-based digital art and interactive agency continually pushes the technological avant-garde.
Fueled by the idea of creating art out of time, this Calgary-based illustrator delves into eerie surrealism.
Each featuring a distinctive art direction, illo’s series of animations for the global environmental organization highlights how we can fight climate change now.
Fieldwork Facility’s exuberant wayfinding graphics guide people from London’s Brent Cross tube station to a new residential, business and recreational development.
For this media company that seeks to accurately represent and inform Black communities, Matter Unlimited created an identity system that reflects the diversity of the Black experience.
By VantageFilms and Superfly Studio, this animation introduces viewers to the mycelium manufacturing pioneered by Ecovative and the products it can create.
Leo Burnett Toronto’s ad captures the overwhelming nature of the stock market and the comfortable way TD Easy Trade teaches young people about investing.
HeyLet’sGo!’s campaign for this Lynn, Massachusetts–based brewery celebrates its hypnotic packaging design and everyman character.
Through abstract collages on luxuriously minimalist design, HUGMUN imbues this cosmetics company’s branding and packaging with a bohemian quality.
A magazine replete with sumptuous design by Back of House and Concrete examines food through the lenses of production, consumption and culture.
MOMOCO’s surreal opening titles for this TV show presents the case of the two deuteragonists, separated by time in the same house.
Preacher’s campaign for this New York City–based real estate company transforms renting and buying homes into a board game with a distinctive New York flavor.
This London-based photographer combines intensive research with metaphysical spontaneity in his fashion and portraiture work.
This Shanghai-based design firm embraces an open-ended approach, seeking to always experiment with what graphic design can be.
This New York–based illustrator cultivates abstract representations of her editorial subjects to create her distinctive visual style.
A Toronto-based ad agency has discovered that huge ideas come from staying small.
Ernie Schenck offers advice for ad creatives who feel their imagination being drowned out by the noise.
Book Reviews
Cay Sophie Rabinowitz’s retrospective of this photojournalist’s work highlights the unity of the US protests in the late 1960s.
Stefan Gronert’s book examines the output and style of fine art photographers who studied with Bernd and Hilla Becher.
Sarah Hermanson Meister’s book reintroduces an overlooked Brazilian art movement to the Eurocentric canon of photography.

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