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January/February 2023

Typography Annual | 13

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Helmed by Chad Michael, this award-winning Dallas-based design firm has perfected the art of branding and packaging specialty goods.
This Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic–based illustrator draws upon her subconscious as a powerful creative tool.
Alexandra Grandjacques and Markus Strümpel’s design for this Dharamshala, India–based museum provides Tibetans in exile a platform to tell their story in their own words.
An experiential installation created by DesignArmy introduces Paris Fashion Week attendees to the joy of Saucony’s Endorphin Pro 3 shoe.
Marc Droz’s font Colroy, published by foundry Nouvelle Noire, retains the eye-catching nature of slab serif typefaces while optimizing for legibility.
Athletics’s identity system reflects the modular, flexible work of this acoustic design firm.
The latest installment of R/GA’s and Ad Council’s Love Has No Labels campaign encourages us to combat hate crimes and discrimination with acts of love.
Span’s rebranding creates a culinary demand for an invasive fish species in the United States’s Great Lakes region.
A new modular identity by DNCO reacquaints Londoners with this industrial neighborhood as it transforms into a town center.
The second installment in Where The Buffalo Roam’s partnership with Piaggio Studios, “Emma the Adventurer” tells the incredible Vespa story of artist Emma Trenchard.
Drawing upon studies that conclude Pepsi best complements a burger, alma’s campaign circles Pepsi logos within popular fast-food chain packaging.
Saatchi & Saatchi MEA and Publicis Groupe’s campaign helps shelter animals find homes with limited edition OREO packaging.
This Porto, Portugal–based designer combines traditional graphic design with avant-garde technology.
The results of this Athens-based firm’s research on word etymologies can yield wildly distinctive design solutions.
This Montréal-based illustrator pulls from his anthropological background to convey deep metaphorical images.
This Hanoi-based illustrator fills her work with symbols that all intertwine to tell the story of her subjects.
A passion for cleanliness, natural light and new perspectives informs this Mexico City–based photographer’s artistic vision.
Ernie Schenck encourages ad creatives not to quiet quit but to demand better from their agencies.
Book Reviews
Author and design educator David Shields presents a compendium of designer Rob Roy Kelly’s wood type collection and the relationships that helped form it.
Through her collection of type specimens, author and design historian Dori Griffin examines the histories of typography and communication.
To accompany an exhibition at the Letterform Archive, Silas Munro analyzes how protesters use and sometimes subvert typography to represent their causes.

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