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January/February 2024

Typography Annual | 14

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As part of the new wave of tabletop gaming, these four illustrators discuss how they bring imaginary worlds to life.
With electric, highly conceptual work, this Berlin-based creative firm is redefining the world of graphic design.
Six Cinquième designed an identity program that will communicate the heritage of this Montréal organization to new generations of Black Canadians.
In response to the National Hockey League’s ban against Pride-themed jerseys, Zulu Alpha Kilo created one from official team jerseys in protest.
Universal Everything created an AI-led generative system for this music video to combine surprising visuals with lyrical typography.
TDA_Boulder’s campaign for this financial company emphasizes the benefits of its human-led banking for its entrepreneur customers.
TIGHTYPE drew inspiration from the Grotesque genre, rave posters and industrial aesthetics to create this versatile type family.
FutureDeluxe’s product film portrays the shared values of Bang & Olufsen and Ferrari’s collaboration through captivating abstract imagery.
Play’s identity and packaging design for this psilocybin-based pharmaceutical brand balances the mystical psychedelic experience with a scientific utilitarianism.
Coat of Arms’s opening titles for its documentary O Pioneer inspire a sense of adventure before this pioneer story set in modern-day West Virginia.
Under’s identity program visually describes this blockchain development toolkit’s capabilities through metaphorical shifts of dimension.
AUGE’s spot for professional translation service Translated reveals the universal moments we use translation every day.
This Zurich-based designer always seeks to push beyond her boundaries and find compelling experimental solutions.
At this Barcelona- and Mexico City–based creative studio, founder Vicky González and her team use a distinctly human approach to bring out the meaning behind brands.
Color theory and metaphors play a huge role in the visual language of this San Jose, California–based illustrator.
The work of this Bandung, Indonesia– and Brooklyn, New York–based illustrator peers into his inner perception of the external world.
This New York–based photographer questions power dynamics and explores themes of liberation, Blackness and queerness in his work.
Pondering the definition of artistry, Ernie Schenck sees the potential in everyone to engage in artistic thinking.
Book Reviews
Rory McCartney and Charlie Morgan chart the legacy of a blackletter font that came to define US countercultures for decades.
In her book, Karin Wagner explores the gulf between intent and use through the exploration of three well-known digital and typographical artifacts.
A retrospective by Chuck Byrne examines the work and impact of Jack Stauffacher as an artist and a friend to many fellow designers.

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