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May/June 2024

Illustration Annual | 65

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Amid the ever-shifting dynamics of Shanghai’s consumer market, this Chinese design firm develops brands to create a lasting impact.
With lively colors and compositions, this Los Angeles–based photographer brings punk sensibilities to the advertising world.
Underline Studio honors the legacy and diversity work of National Hockey League player Willie O’Ree with a stamp for Canada Post.
An exhibition designed by G&A tells museum visitors about the Monuments Men and Women Foundation and its efforts to recover artwork stolen by the Nazis.
Millions of nitrogen bubbles within Guinness beer create swirling astronomical photography in this campaign by FRED & FARID Shanghai.
For Angola’s first hard seltzer brand, Cansu Dağbağli Ferreira’s identity and packaging system bridges regional traditions with contemporary culture.
With an identity and wayfinding system by LG2, this mixed-use neighborhood harkens to Montréal’s industrial past while looking forward to its technological future.
Addressing video games’ lack of realistic natural hair, Edelman and Dove partnered with the Open Source Afro Hair Library to create this comprehensive guide.
Droga5 London’s campaign inspires wanderlust in viewers for a road trip through the Himalayas on a Royal Enfield motorcycle.
ISD Group and Panic Studio’s campaign for Club 4 Paws highlights the emotional impact of pets being given as gifts and summarily abandoned by irresponsible owners.
In a first-ever for advertising, Tombras’s campaign for MoonPie reaches out to an entirely new market demographic: extraterrestrials on Earth.
SoyJairoGuerrero’s campaign for this record label conveys the timelessness of its sound art through patterns extending into infinity.
In the industrial city of Monterrey, this Mexican multidisciplinary design firm weaves global influences into the local landscape.
This Berlin-based filmmaker and commercial director captivates his audience with immersive worlds and poignant storytelling.
This New York–based animation director and designer takes a mixed-media approach to create vibrant, dreamy worlds.
The work of this New York–based illustrator celebrates the complexity of human experience through highly detailed compositions.
This Detroit-based illustrator captures moments in time with a mixed-media process that feels stylistically eternal.
Ernie Schenck discusses the creative bankruptcy of AI through a response by musical artist Nick Cave to song lyrics generated in his style.
Book Reviews
Illustrator and educator Ute Helmbold presents wisdom gleaned from her nearly 30 years of education to lead readers to create impactful work.
A collection from four decades of illustrator Craig Frazier’s work showcases his shrewd approach to complex subject matter.
Sixty illustrators open their sketchbooks for an intimate look at their creative processes in this book by Martin Salisbury.

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