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November/December 2015 Advertising Annual 56
Features the award-winning projects from our 56th Annual Advertising Competition, plus in-depth profiles of Copenhagen design firm Hvass&Hannibal, cutting-edge Berlin new media studio ART+COM, Philadelphia illustrator Jon Krause and brave women photojournalists around the globe. Add to that a wealth of informative columns from industry insiders covering advertising, design, typography and business—this is one issue that all creative professionals won't want to miss!

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November/December 2015 Advertising Annual 56


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Table of Contents
Thanks to a balanced partnership, this Copenhagen design studio produces painstakingly beautiful work.
by Garrick Webster

ART+COM Studios
This new media studio in Berlin brings data to life with captivating interactive installations and kinetic sculptures.
by Sam McMillan

Jon Krause
With a refined color palette, an illustrator in Philadelphia hones his wry visual vocabulary.
by Anne Telford

Shooting for Change
Sprawled across the globe, women photojournalists risk their lives to tell important stories—and challenge a sexist industry while they’re at it.
by Sarah Coleman

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

Sachin Teng
This Los Angeles illustrator’s gritty and gorgeous work dissects the inner reality of his subjects.

Knoed Creative
A Chicago design studio reveals its Midwestern sensibilities through tender typography.

Maurizio Di Iorio
A photographer in central Italy combines a tongue-in-cheek tone with saturated colors.

Despite the red tape often found in ad agencies, Ernie Schenck calls on creatives to channel their most passionate voices.

Design Culture
Probing the audience’s and the artist’s interpretations of artworks, Wendy Richmond guides readers toward creative inspiration.

Creative director Dave Kuhl rallies for the creation of a Communication Arts Writing Annual to give copywriters the honors they deserve.

Designer Mitch Goldstein gives credit to ostracized Comic Sans for bringing cultural awareness of graphic design to the mainstream.

Emerging Media
Virtual Reality is bursting onto the consumer market, and Sam McMillan reports on how designers might position their careers for the new industry.

Caitlin Dover scouts out creative nomads who work from far-flung destinations and discovers how they navigate such adventurous careers.

In a Q&A, multitalented designer and creative director Andreas Neophytou shares how he applies critical theory to his branding work.

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