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November/December 2023

Advertising Annual | 64

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A New York–based creative studio led by Jessica Walsh blazes trails for others to follow in the design industry.
This Toronto-based photographer realizes his imagination through his lens with dramatic contrast and vivid lighting.
A campaign by Serviceplan Berlin re-creates childhood images of trans people with their appropriate gender presentation.
By Johannes Leonardo and Preymaker, this campaign for Volkswagen’s ID. Buzz finds the clearest messaging in minimalism.
Titled ReFramed, this exhibition by Span and UrbanLab Architects explores mass timber as an environmentally friendly building material.
Luminous Design’s rebrand for this Greek chain heightens the homemade qualities of its waffles and ice cream.
Reveling in the beauty of nature photography, Circus Grey’s campaign celebrates the human photographers who use Nikon cameras.
nice&frank’s campaign for this New Zealand–based fitness brand parodies the aggressive posturing typical of fitness programs and action films.
Designed by Martina Meier and published by Nouvelle Noire, NN Konrad draws inspiration from the first roman font designed in 1465.
Counter Print’s book explores the world of optical illusions and the designers who have incorporated effects into their work.
Office’s label designs for this Italian and Northern Californian restaurant’s house wines presents a visual pun on their pasta-related names.
TRG’s campaign for Crazy Water celebrates the creativity of the artists living in Texas through a series of abstract Western posters.
This Madrid-based photographer invokes emotion and color to reveal hidden worlds through her camera.
This Mumbai-based cosmicpunk design studio brings our past hopes for an alternate future to life through vivid illustrations and animation.
This Macao-based design firm cultivates thought-provoking messaging and a versatile aesthetic in its work.
This Washington, DC–based ad agency seeks to reshape the world of advertising with a design-led approach.
Inspired by TV show The Big Door Prize, Ernie Schenck ponders on the fleeting call of creativity.
Book Reviews
Author Michael Horsham delves into the visual history of humanity to uncover how we connect through optics and symbolism.
By sharing his experiences with racism in the workplace, author Mark S. Robinson reveals the truth of how far the advertising industry has to go to be equitable.
In this book, author Mary E. Warlick profiles the biographies of 50 impactful ad creatives and charts the evolution of the advertising industry.

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