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January/February—Global DesignOur third annual issue on global design features a look at graffiti artist Banksy,designers in Berlin, Canadian illustrator Ray Fenwick, interactive workfrom India’s Ranjit Makkuni, the Museum of the Portuguese Language inBrazil, and magazines about the Middle East.
March/April—New Visual Artists Our highly anticipated 9th annual New Visual Artists issue highlights 20 of the brightest design stars under 30. This issue also features Student Cover Competition winners, design duo Friends With You, Korean comics, and the constantly expanding DIY culture.
May/June—European Design AnnualThe European Design Annual is our 12th annual showcase of the best in European Design. Rick Poynor’s critical look at design blogs, a profile of Lithuania’s design studio PetPunk, European video games, a look at the work of Henning Wagenbreth, Wagenbreth, and an interview with French cartoonist J.J.Sempé.
July/August—The Consumption IssueThe Consumption Issue, featuring a look at the role designers play in driving spending, saving, and activism includes articles advertising the luxury condo craze, pop up retail stores, fake products for German television, and the man whose Brillo boxes inspired Andy Warhol. Plus: A week in the life of four very obsessed consumers.
September/October—Business Graphics The best business graphics from our third annual competition, and articles about the allure of exhibition design firm Local Projects, the future of Getty Images,the graphic images of radium advertising, how McSweeney’s hasinfluenced corporate design, and the wackiness of the Nickelodeontelevision showYo Gabba Gabba! November/December—Print’s Regional Design AnnualOur biggest Regional Design Annual ever includes 1,026 winning designs, divided by region. Plus: The New Republic gets a new look, a New Orleans illustrator considers the aftermath of Katrina, and Wikipedia gets it all wrong.