Journal of the Month: Applied Arts

Applied Arts

The Journal of the Month for August 2012 is Applied Arts.

Applied Arts is Canada’s premier magazine of visual communications, both in print and online. Since 1986, the magazine has provided gorgeous imagery, strong opinion, timely information and essential industry insight to its readership of creative and marketing professionals.

Five annual issues cover and celebrate the communication arts community, and include all of the winners from the annual Design, Advertising, Photography, Illustration, Interactive, Printing and Student Awards. A commitment to creating a high-quality magazine, featuring the finest in creative achievement, has distinguished Applied Arts as the leading voice of the industry.

The August issue features the 2012 winners of the AA Design Awards, exhibited in more than 100 pages of splendid work. Judged by a panel of respected industry professionals, the Design Awards has attracted some of the top talents in North America and abroad, in an expanded range of categories.
 
Other issue highlights include an essay by Ian Mirlin, “What Do Titans Talk About at Tea?”, bringing together Steve Jobs, Bill Bernbach and Marshall McLuhan for a heavenly chinwag; the portfolio of Trigger Communications of Calgary; an examination of what makes Dyson vacuum cleaners revolutionary; and portfolios of top Young Blood Winners from the Applied Arts Photography & Illustration Awards.

*All descriptions from Applied Arts Magazine.

Stop by the library to check out this and all the rest of our journals!

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