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March/April 2012 Interactive Annual 18
In addition to showcasing the winners of our 18th Interactive Competition, the March/April issue includes feature articles on the Toronto photographer Christopher Wahl; the typographic team behind Commercial Type; the vivid imagination of New York illustrator Zina Saunders; San Francisco ad agency Duncan/Channon; and the brand experiences created by Hong Kong- and Beijing-based Marc & Chantal Design. You’ll also find insightful columns covering typography, design culture, emerging media, creativity, advertising and business. Order your copy today!

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March/April 2012 Interactive Annual 18


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Table of Contents
Marc & Chantal Design
From Hong King and Beijing, this firm makes sophisticated brand experiences its trademark.
by Ellen Shapiro

Zina Saunders
A New York illustrator brings her vivid imagination to life.
by Caitlin Dover

Commercial Type
A conversation with this prolific typographic team.
by Angelynn Grant

Christopher Wahl
From annual reports to royals on tour, this Canadian photographer gets the money shot.
by Anne Telford

A San Francisco ad agency that takes cultural engagement seriously.
by Sam McMillan

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

Arts and Recreation
In Austin, Texas, this design studio mixes work and fun.

Jungyeon Roh
East and West collide to great effect in the work of this New York illustrator.

Ryan Heffernan
This photographer makes the world his studio.

Design Culture
Beyond the Syllabus by Wendy Richmond.

Design Culture
DK Holland explores our not so common sense.

Type that we love to hate, by Allan Haley.

Emerging Media
Holograms rediscovered by Joe Shepter.

Anne Telford speaks to illustrator Barbara Nessim about archiving and keeping her work fresh.

Ernie Schenck comments on ifs, and how they shape careers.

Web Watch
An interactive documentary that explores our relationship with everyday objects, and three sites to bookmark.

David C. Baker suggests some blogs outside the industry that are worth reading.

Design Trends
The expanding service design field.

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