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March/April 2023

Interactive Annual | 29

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Examining the approaches of Arabic type designers creating Naskh-style typefaces reveals a wealth of history and technique.
A dual creative studio and artist representation agency finds limitless imagination through collaboration.
Inspired by this Portuguese electronic music festival’s new setting, Dentsu Creative Portugal’s campaign uses AI to blend portraits of musical artists with nature.
Zulu Alpha Kilo’s campaign for this chain restaurant unites all Canadians and their diverse opinions and preferences through pizza.
Titled “Break the Pattern,” Forsman & Bodenfors’s spot for appliance manufacturer Electrolux highlights its mission to make clothes last longer with less environmental impact.
Duality in design forms the theme for Bruketa&Žinić&Grey’s product and packaging design of Donna Vekić’s luxury home fragrance brand.
Ragged Edge’s branding emphasizes both the scientific and the personalized nature of this revolutionary nutrition service.
Marina Willer and her team at Pentagram revitalized this theater’s identity, expressing its contemporary spin on Shakespeare’s classic plays.
The art and design school unifies the diverse perspectives of its students, faculty and alums with this comprehensive brand identity.
By production company HOUSE337, “Dropped” highlights the mental health issues caused by predatory football club practices on young athletes.
Published by Standards Manual, QSL dives into the visual language of amateur radio operators and the cards they used to represent themselves.
For this medical diagnostic service, R/GA’s spot “Put Your ___ To The Test” breaks out of category molds to introduce Quest’s line of personal tests.
Building upon their strong foundation in Dutch design, these three designers create tactile work for the cultural sector.
A Southern California–based photographer explores every facet of his medium in documentary and studio work alike.
Combining concept with intuition, this Singaporean illustrator explores the intersection of her solid compositions and emotional palettes.
This Frankfurt am Main, Germany–based designer experiments to discover new angles by which she approaches media.
Ernie Schenck asks his fellow ad creatives whether listening to music helps or harms their ideation process.
Book Reviews
Alexandra Schmidt discusses how practicing good user-centered design can mitigate flaws that harmfully exacerbate real-world issues.
Paola Antonelli, Anna Burckhardt and Paul Galloway examine the design thinking of videogames in this companion book to an eponymous Museum of Modern Art exhibition.
Bjarke Ingles, Beatrice Leanza and William Myers’s monograph reveres the technological magic behind Amsterdam-based art collective DRIFT’s work.

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