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September/October 2015 Design Annual 56
Features the award-winning projects from our 56th Annual Design Competition, plus in-depth profiles of Oakland-based data visualization firm Pitch Interactive, Boston illustrator Scott Bakal, unorthodox ad agency Anomaly, and fairy-tale photographer Claire Rosen. Add to that a wealth of informative columns from industry insiders covering advertising, design, creativity, business and typography—this is one issue that all creative professionals won't want to miss!

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September/October 2015 Design Annual 56

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Table of Contents
Features
Pitch Interactive
In Oakland, California, this nimble data visualization firm creates art out of statistics.
by Rebecca Huval

Scott Bakal
A Boston illustrator elevates his work to new heights with warm, bold brushstrokes.
by Susan Hodara

Anomaly
With offices from New York to Shanghai, this ad agency lives up to its name by selling its own products.
by Joe Shepter

Claire Rosen
Using parrots, hedgehogs and turtles as props, a New Jersey photographer combines a love of fairy tales with a keen eye for color.
by Monica Kass Rogers

Exhibit
The latest and best in visual communication from here and abroad.
by Jean A. Coyne

Fresh
Amanda Leigh Smith
A photographer in Portland creates adventurous art on road trips through rural America.

Orlin Culture Shop
An illustrator in Erie, Colorado, captures the splendor of his local mountains and trees by drawing audacious shapes.

Leta Sobierajski
A New York designer infuses her graphics with punchy colors.

 
Columns
Design Culture
Wendy Richmond finds an unexpected source of inspiration for a new body of work.

Advertising
Ernie Schenck extolls the creative benefits of overthinking.

Typography
Thomas Phinney reveals the healing potential of scripts and letterforms among fragmented cultures.

Design Details
Designers are tapping into the profitable pattern-making market, as shown by Jude Stewart.

Creativity
Sci-fi movies are predicting the future of user interfaces with eerie accuracy, reported by Yolanda Zappaterra.

Insights
In a Q&A, Ed Kashi gets to the heart of his photography.

Business
Ellen Shapiro divulges the most effective marketing secrets of booming designers.

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