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May/June 2015 Illustration Annual 56
Features the award-winning work from our 56th Annual Illustration Competition, plus in-depth profiles of San Francisco design partnership Design is Play, Colorado ad agency Victors & Spoils, New York still life photographer Jamie Chung and Portland digital agency Instrument. Add to that a wealth of informative columns from industry insiders covering advertising, creativity, business, typography and design culture—this is one issue that all creative professionals won't want to miss!

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May/June 2015 Illustration Annual 56


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Table of Contents
Design is Play
A master of bold identity marks and a refined typography connoisseur marry talents in a dynamic San Francisco design partnership.
by Jessica Carew Kraft

This digital design agency in Portland, Oregon, renews itself through constant experimentation.
by Chris Daniels

Victors & Spoils
The industry’s first crowdsourcing agency learns that sometimes it’s better to make advertising the old-fashioned way.
by Warren Berger

Jamie Chung
A New York photographer transforms objects into art in carefully crafted still life compositions.
by Dzana Tsomondo

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

Amanda Jasnowski
Instagram followers and advertising clients favorite this young photographer’s quirky vignettes.

Hansje van Halem
In nurturing her highly electric illustrative style, a Dutch graphic designer gets recharged.

Wedge & Lever
A San Diego-based studio brings fresh, modern designs to clients steeped in the laid-back California lifestyle.

Design Culture
Wendy Richmond takes note of a new era in which the screens are watching us.

Ernie Schenck asks Boomer and Gen-Xer CDs how they keep up with millennial creatives.

Allan Haley gives props to the most famous type designers you’ve never heard of.

Design Details
Sara Breselor shows us how strategic design thinkers use illustration to get everyone on the same page.

Illustrator John Coulthart traces the colorful history of psychedelic art.

Yolanda Zappaterra reports on the burgeoning business of indie magazines in the renaissance of print.

In a Q&A, Molly Crabapple explains how she merges art with politics in her illustrated journalism.

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