Latest and greatest

The prestigious annual for creative professionals

Here comes the 2011 edition of the highly-coveted annual from D&AD featuring the year’s best creative work. The D&AD awards panel judges over 20,000 works from design studios, advertising agencies, branding consultancies, film production and photographic agencies, digital media pioneers, and other creative firms from all over the globe. Winners receive the legendary D&AD Yellow Pencil Award—or in the case of exceptional and outstanding work, the rare Black Pencil Award. This review of the winners serves as a one-stop-shop for everything that’s hot in the field. Anyone interested in creativity, communication, design, or advertising cannot possibly be without the D&AD Annual!

Featuring the latest D&AD award-winning work in the fields of:
Ambient, Art Direction, Book Design, Branding, Broadcast Innovations, Digital Installations, Direct, Environmental Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Magazine & Newspaper Design, Mobile Marketing, Music Videos, Online Advertising, Packaging Design, Photography, Poster Advertising, Press Advertising, Product Design, Radio, TV & Cinema Advertising, TV & Cinema Crafts, Viral, Websites, Writing for Advertising, and Writing for Design.

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D&AD is a nonprofit educational charity that was launched in 1962 by a group of London-based creative revolutionaries including David Bailey, Terence Donovan and Alan Fletcher, with iconic and legendary professionals on both its judging panels and winners lists. By celebrating creative communication and rewarding its practitioners, D&AD raises standards across the industry. The annual D&AD Awards—the industry’s biggest and best—rewards outstanding creativity, originality, technical excellence and innovation in design and advertising.
D&AD 2011

D&AD 2011

Hardcover, 9.6 x 10.3 in., 592 pages
$ 59.99

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  • Reviews
"TASCHEN are masters of publishing within the creative industry, and when combined with the D&AD President Sanky, Nat Hunter, and design icon Harry Pearce, the final result still looks remarkably inspiring... A solid and clean layout remains despite the downsizing since previous years, keeping the focus on one core ideal – the work is the hero of the book."
— Inspirational Geek, London, United Kingdom
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