The Art Directors Annual 90

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The Art Directors Club, 2011 - Art - 402 pages
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Continuously published since 1920, the Art Directors Annual is the world's most widely distributed creative awards reference book and source of inspiration, honoring the year's best work in design and advertising around the globe. Every winning entry (including all Cube and Merit winners) is reproduced in full-color with complete credits. The 90th edition includes the NEW ADC Designism (which explores the responsibilities of creatives to drive social and political change through their work), ADC Hybrid, the 2011 ADC Hall of Fame Laureates and the ADC Black Cube for best in show.

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The Art Directors Club is one of the most concentrated groups of creative talent in the world, and is a gathering place for leaders in visual communication. ADC Members share the vision of founder Louis Pedlar, who brought his colleagues in advertising together in 1920 to dignify their profession and judge advertising art by the same stringent standards as fine art. For 89 years ADC members have taken up Pedlar's challenge by funding programs to Connect, Provoke and Elevate creative professionals around the world. Each year ADC brings together the best minds in the creative industries to celebrate the winners of their annual awards and publishes the results in the ADC Annual.

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