Inside the 2006 Regional Design Annual.
BY JOYCE RUTTER KAYE
California North, California South, Northwest, and the Rest of the West.
INTRODUCTION BY EDWARD LOVETT
Dallas, Austin, Houston/Rest of Texas, and the Rest of the Southwest.
INTRODUCTION BY ANGELA VOULANGAS
Minnesota, Illinois. Missouri, Ohio, and the Rest of the Midwest.
INTRODUCTION BY CATHY FISHEL
Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and the Rest of the South.
INTRODUCTION BY EVE KAHN
Washington/Baltimore, Mid-Atlantic, and New England.
INTRODUCTION BY CAITLIN DOVER
New York City
The Big Apple.
INTRODUCTION BY JEREMY LEHRER
Where we’re calling from.
Holiday ornaments 12 years in the making, Peter Saville’s garden, and some not-so-great ideas.
The Pipettes’ pose, a body-slimming camera, and Hendrik Hertzberg’s million dots.
Dada Vu The 20th century’s most anarchic movement still influences art and design.
BY STEVEN HELLER
Junk Bonds Photographing everyday objects introduces a new way of seeing.
BY RICK POYNOR
Rick Valicenti, designer, entrepreneur, provocateur.
INTERVIEW BY STEVEN HELLER
Vol. 37/No. 4 Two ad and design shops have been featured in the Regional from the beginning.
BY MARTIN FOX
BY JEFF HOWE
Plus: Letterheads online, pricey ink, and a clip-art classic.
Spy: The Funny Years, by Kurt Andersen, Graydon Carter, and George Kalogerakis
REVIEW BY MICHAEL MUSTO
In Vogue: The Illustrated History of the World’s Most Famous Fashion Magazine, by Alberto Oliva and Norberto Angeletti
REVIEW BY CAROLITA JOHNSON
Free Press: Underground & Alternative Publications 1965–1975, by Jean-Francois Bizot
REVIEW BY RICHARD LINGEMAN
Sparkle and Spin, by Ann and Paul Rand
REVIEW BY RHONDA RUBINSTEIN
Down the Tubes For the animated feature Flushed Away, CGI takes an old-new direction.
BY JOSEPH KENNEDY
Altitude Pressure Aspen Design Summit, June 20–23, 2006.
REVIEW BY ALICE TWEMLOW
The Book I Drew
BY GEETA DAYAL