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May/June 2014 Illustration Annual 55
Features the award-winning artwork from our 55th Annual Illustration Competition, plus in-depth profiles of architectural photographer Connie Zhou, outdoor ad agency CURB Media, design firm Turnstyle and title sequence creators Prologue. Add to that a wealth of informative columns from industry insiders covering typography, design culture, advertising, animation and creativity—this is one issue that illustrators and motion designers won't want to miss!

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May/June 2014 Illustration Annual 55

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Table of Contents
Features
Connie Zhou
A New York photographer builds her portfolio from the world's most distinctive architecture
by Sue Apfelbaum

Prologue
Prolific title sequence creator Kyle Cooper elevates the prologue to its own form of art.
by Julie Prendiville Roux

Turnstyle
This Seattle-based design firm's eye for style gives elegant simplicity to complex ideas.
by Ruth Hagopian

CURB Media
A London-based ad agency draws sentiment from spectacle with its extraordinary outdoor ads.
by Warren Berger

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

Fresh
Cardon Webb
An eclectic designer marries modernism with graffiti in striking book jacket designs.

Bella Howard
In glamorously hip selfie style, this London photographer's images reveal the party backstage.

Jordan Bruner
A Brooklyn-based collage artist and illustrator sets her playful, quirky characters in motion.

 
Columns
Design Culture
Wendy Richmond satiates her creative curiosity through Meetups.

Voices
Stephanie Orma puts the blurred line between riff and rip-off into focus.

Creativity
Sara Breselor discovers artists shaping new possibilities from a familiar medium.

Typography
Allan Haley learns from hand-lettering experts about the lucrative new business of teaching online.

Design Details
Sam McMillan finds out what salesmanship has to do with storyboarding from Pixar's Mark Andrews.

Insights
A Q&A with designer/illustrator John Foster.

Advertising
Ernie Schenck asks top agency creatives: "Are you a slave to brand DNA?"

Design Trends
The 2013-2014 Salary Survey Comparison and what new skills creatives need to succeed.

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