Menlo Park, California, January 6, 2014—Communication Arts magazine, a professional journal for those involved in creativity in visual communications, has published the results of its 4th annual typography competition, the most exclusive major typography competition in the world.
Of the 1,498 entries submitted to the 4th annual typography competition, only 152 were selected by a jury of respected creative professionals, representing the work of 132 type designers, hand-letterers, design firms, agencies, publishers and in-house creative departments.
The selected projects are handsomely reproduced in Typography Annual 4, the January/February 2014 issue of Communication Arts, both in print and on the iPad, and online at Commarts.com. With the largest international circulation of any trade journal on visual communications, having work selected is considered a significant professional milestone to the creators and publishers of these award-winning projects.
About Communication Arts
Communication Arts is a professional journal for designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, agencies, illustrators, photographers and everyone involved in visual communications. Through its editorials, feature articles and the annual competitions it sponsors, CA provides new ideas and information, while promoting the highest professional standards for the field.
Now in its 55th year, CA continues to showcase the current best—whether it’s from industry veterans or tomorrow’s stars—in design, advertising, photography, illustration, interactive and typography. Everything is reproduced with quality printing and attention to detail unmatched by any trade publication anywhere.
About the Typography Annual 4
Published in January, Communication Arts Typography Annual 4 incorporates special reproduction techniques, quality 200-line color separation and printing on premium 80 lb. coated paper by one of the finest printers in the United States. Everything is reproduced in color at a size that allows the concept to be understood. More than 45,000 copies of the issue will be distributed worldwide assuring important exposure to the creators of this award-winning work.
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