REGIONAL DESIGN ANNUAL 2008
Inside the 2008 Regional Design Annual.
BY JOYCE RUTTER KAYE
* Web extra: Go behind the scenes to see how the ingenious designers at Gluekit constructed this issue’s cover.
California North, California South, Northwest, and the Rest of the West.
INTRODUCTION BY ALISSA WALKER
Dallas, Austin, Houston/Rest of Texas, and the Rest of the Southwest.
INTRODUCTION BY CLIFF KUANG
Minnesota, Illinois. Missouri, Ohio, and the Rest of the Midwest.
INTRODUCTION BY JANE LERNER
Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and the Rest of the South.
INTRODUCTION BY EDWARD LOVETT
Washington/Baltimore, Mid-Atlantic, and New England.
INTRODUCTION BY ANGELA STARITA
New York City
The Big Apple.
INTRODUCTION BY JEREMY LEHRER
Lulu disappoints, D.C.’s downtown surrealism, Grant Achatz designs a cookbook, and the year that almost was. Plus: Khoi Vinh, design director of nytimes.com, talks to Mark Porter, creative director of The Guardian, about the paper’s recently redesigned website.
Strong Language, returning books, and daring dairy.
The Orphan Works Act may mean copyright chaos for graphic artists.
BY MARK DERY
In the French city of Avignon, street posters are unruly and inspiring.
BY RICK POYNOR
David Butler, vice president of design, Coca-Cola.
BY STEVEN HELLER
Vol. 37/no. 6; vol. 38/no. 2 Where’s Canada? It must be here somewhere. Has anyone seen Puerto Rico?
BY MARTIN FOX
Coming Interactions The year ahead.
BY ANDREI MICHAEL HERASIMCHUK
Plus: Paul Shaw reviews Studio Lettering in Hot Type.
Gary Panter, edited by Dan Nadel
REVIEW BY BILL KARTALOPOULOS
The Call of Trains: Railroad Photographs by Jim Shaughnessy, by Jeff Brouws; The New West: Landscapes Along the Colorado Front Range, by Robert Adams
REVIEW BY MARK LAMSTER
New Graphics Design in China edited by Javin Mo
REVIEW BY BUZZ POOLE
What It Is, by Lynda Barry
REVIEW BY HILLARY CHUTE
BY JIM HANAS