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FROM CREATIVITY: April Showers Bring.. Our April Issue
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In this month's issue, we pay tribute to and take a closer look at some of the people making visual waves in the industry.
What do you think the future will look like? For our 2007 print competition, we challenged photographers, illustrators and designers to show us their idea of the "future." How do they see it? Check out our online winners gallery to see the winning visions.
The special report on Photography and Illustration doesn't end there. We also profiled eight artists you should keep an eye on, including Lars Topelmann, Undoboy, Tragiklabs and Jeremy Fish.
Our cover story takes a closer look at The Martin Agency, delving into how it managed to embed its sophisticated humor into pop culture consciousness and land a behemoth of a Walmart account—all from the quiet confines of Richmond, Va.
Consider all that just a peek because there's much more on the pages of the print edition, including a Directors profile of Speck/Gordon, the directing duo behind Geico's Cavemen and Will Ferrell's Blades of Glory.