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September/October 2023

Design Annual | 64

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This Toronto-based animation studio believes in the power of creating memorable characters to connect with audiences.
In São Paulo, an ad agency has perfected how the medium informs the message while exploring new technology.
RETINAA’s design for this new generation of Swiss passports incorporates the country’s topography, culture and design history.
An AI-infused campaign by Design Army takes potential Georgetown Optician customers to a retrofuturistic alien world all about eyewear.
An OOH campaign by No Fixed Address visually proves to McDonald’s customers that DoorDash delivers the fastest.
Pentagram’s identity for this AI research and development company represents the new form of language through Voronoi patterns found in nature.
A shining campaign by DAVID Bogotá celebrates Corona and AB InBev’s commitment to using only solar energy in its production.
OneightyFCB proves the long-burning capabilities of Kingsford charcoal by comparing it to a fiery rivalry in this ad.
PORTO ROCHA’s identity for the Sundance Festival’s 2023 iteration reflects its enduring legacy as a champion of independent filmmaking.
Lush illustrations on Pavement’s packaging for this coffee company draw inspiration from botanical drawings and the tropical climates in which coffee grows.
Parachute Typefoundry updates a classic slab serif typeface with variable serif and sans serif versions.
Designed to use the Earth as a natural cooling system, BETC and frog’s installation helps provide cold drinks to people in developing countries.
The visual language of this New York–based photographer highlights the characteristics of her subjects, whether through color, composition or lighting.
This Kansas City, Missouri–based designer creates their work through metacognitive, speculative methods.
This New York City–based illustrator seeks the contradictions within her subjects to develop visual metaphors infused with satire.
This Porto, Portugal–based design firm’s protean output embodies the philosophical design approach of its cofounders.
Ernie Schenck argues that creatives must put their politics and biases aside to tap into their full potential.
Book Reviews
Patrick Rössler dives into the preserved correspondences and documents of Bauhaus graphic designer Herbert Bayer for a never-before-seen portrait.
Miguel Angel Pérez Arteaga collects the work and design philosophies of 26 international designers in this book.
Designer Neville Brody’s third monograph, cowritten with Adrian Shaughnessy, focuses on his productions from the last 30 years.

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