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July/August 2023

Photography Annual | 64

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The work of this storied Paris- and New York–based digital design firm has shaped the potential of web design.
This Madrid-based illustrator weaves research, storytelling and diverse influences into his images.
Signal Theory’s spot “A Different Kind of Crown” champions the women of agriculture with a heartwarming holiday theme.
Enhanced by AR, a printed annual report by Mucho brings order to chaotic typographic illustrations to reflect the University of California’s investment strategy.
Tom, Dick & Harry Creative’s campaign provokes Chicago residents into taking action over rising gun violence in their city.
“Somewhere, Anywhere,” a Super Bowl spot by Zulu Alpha Kilo and Mindshare starring Melissa McCarthy, introduces this online travel company’s many accommodations with a musical number.
PepsiCo Design and Innovation’s vibrant rebranding for 7UP encourages its fans and drinkers to uplift every moment.
Inspired by the two-tone coat of hamsters, this variable color font by Joe Stitzlein and Fontwerk provides a typographic playground for designers.
DAVID São Paulo’s campaign Erasing is Creating demonstrates that making mistakes is part of the creative process.
This new identity system by TOFU Studio heroes the artwork and cultural artifacts housed within the Muzeum Narodowe w Gdańsku.
This title sequence by Imaginary Forces explores the retrofuturistic universe of Apple TV+’s sci-fi dramedy.
A self-initiated campaign by Bulletproof Amsterdam and several local universities raises awareness on the Netherlands’ widening gender pay gap and the plans to fix it.
Dreamy atmospheres and vibrant colors permeate the work of this London-based illustrator.
This Bern, Switzerland–based designer explores how design can open different artistic disciplines to new possibilities.
The transcendental work of this Boise-based illustrator and animator engages viewers with its incredible detail.
This Oakland, California–based photographer trains his lens on the naturalistic moments that emerge on set.
Examining Jordan Peele’s film Nope, Ernie Schenck encourages creatives to ask questions with unknown answers.
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