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adobe magazine sept 2007

adobe magazine sept 2007

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Copyright © 2007 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
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ADOBE MAGAZINEFOR CREATIVE PROFESSIONALSVOL 1: ISSUE 3SEPTEMBER 2007
naturalsynthesis
Art, photogrAphy, And eArthly creAtures.
playingwith print
Digital inspiration hitsDesign’s olDest meDium.
fine filmmaking
(on a Finite budget.)
 
the incredible,shrinking screen
Creativity gets Cellular.
 
About thecover
“We wanted to play with scale,” saysguest designer Kiko Farkas o his coverconcept, which places visual teasers orthe magazine’s content on an ultra-smalllmobile phone screen. The thumb on thephone adds a touch o humanity—andthe hand model was easy to fnd. It’s Farkashimsel, who trimmed his thumbnailor the shoot and then gave it a digitalmanicure in Adobe® Photoshop.®
IN thIS ISSue
cover StorY
the INcredIble, ShrINkINg ScreeN4
Mobile phones are everywhere—and they’re the creativeproessional’s newest canvas.
edItor’S NotevIvA lA dIfereNcIA!3
Our guest designers take you ona virtual journey across continents,cultures and visual styles.
feAtureSplAYINg wIth prINt17
How digitaltechnology broughtnew lie to design’soldest medium.
NAturAl SYNtheSIS11
 The coexistenceo technology,photography, andearthly creatures.
columNSfoNt ANd fuNctIoN29
Meet three type designers witha reverence or history and apassion or creativity.
Scoop32
Make proessional connections—and let your creativity shine—withthese events and contests.
depArtmeNtSrAmp up34dowNloAd35feedbAck36
coNtrIbutorS
 This issue’s creative ideas, inspirational art, andpractical techniques have been provided by:
• Max Akkerman,
• John Cooper,
s 
Kjell Ekhorn and Jon Forss,
• Luigi Greco,01 Desig
n
• Maria Maggenti• Chris Petty,
• Eliza Randall,
• Jacob Rosenberg,
• Mao Sakaguchi,Gendai Geijutu Hakurankai
z
Dörte Spengler-Ahrens,Jung von Mat
t
Simon Wooller,Saatchi Denmar
gueSt deSIgNer
 This issue’s cover and eature stories have beendesigned by Kiko Farkas, who lives and works inSão Paulo, Brazil.See complete bio.
wain:
“All the coats I have, plus a hat and a scar.”
rain:
“Ohran Pamuk’s Istanbul: there’s a wholechapter where he praises the power o black and whiteimages.”
wain:
“Everything by Michelangelo Antonioni.Just watched
La Notte
—more black and white.”
pnin:
“Cultural diversity. I recently nished a
poster on the subject. Viva la dierencia!”
eNhANceoNScreeN reAdINg
 To ensure the best PDF
experience while reading
 Adobe Magazine
, enable the
CoolType feature in yourAdobe® Reader® Preferences.
Here’s how:
In Adobe Reader 7, select Adobe Reader >Preferences > Page Display and check the“Use CoolType” box.In Adobe Reader 8, select Edit > Preferences >Page Display > Rendering > Smooth Text, thenchoose “For Laptop/LCD Screens” from the
drop-down list.
(oN A fINIte budget)23
Jacob Rosenberg
discusses creativity,technology, and thebottom line.
fINe fIlmmAkINg
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ADOBE MAGAZINEFOR CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS
the INcredIble, ShrINkINg ScreeNcover StorYNAturAl SYNtheSISfeAtureplAYINg wIth prINtfeAturefINe fIlmmAkINg (oN A fINIte budget)feAture
 
 VIVA LA
Kiko Farkas, our guestdesigner or this issue, worehis smoking jacket to ourrst magazine review. Atleast that’s what he says. O.k.,maybe he’s joking. But it’sun to imagine him this way,calling in to our meetingrom São Paulo, Brazil, whereit’s wintertime and it’s toocold in his oce and he’swearing a ancy velvet coatand a warm ski cap.
It’s all part o the eclectic journeyour guest designers have takenus on. Since redesigning thispublication three issues ago,we’ve gone on a virtual trip romthe U.S. to England to Brazil, rompsychedelic whimsy to digitalexperimentation to colorulexuberance. And we’ve loved everymoment o the ride.By choosing to work with adierent international designer oreach issue o the magazine, wedeliberately throw ourselves into aplace that can be a little dierent,a little dangerous, a little unknown.And that’s precisely the place where
 Adobe Magazine
needs to be. It’s theplace where resh ideas and truecreativity take fight.
BIG IDEAS, SMALL FORMAT
How we as designers showcasethat unbridled creativity is anotherissue entirely—one that continuesto evolve. This issue, our cover story,  The Incredible, Shrinking Screen,”  explores the burgeoning mobilephone industry and the creativeopportunitiesit oers.We also look at expanding—andsurprising—ormats in our “PlayingWith Print” story, which examinesthe infuence o the interactiveworld on design’s oldest medium. These stories, along with aninspiring interview with director Jacob Rosenberg andstunningimagesrom Giles Revell and Tim Flach, remind us o the sheerpower o imagination. And how,when wild creativity meets newtechnology, whole new worlds canopen up.We sincerely hope the artistseatured in this issue—peopleworking quietly and brilliantlyall around the globe—will spark some untapped corner o yourimagination. But no matter howtheir work inspires or challengesyou,we’d love to hear what youthink . Our magazine is at its best when we’re listening to diverseopinions and collaborating withdesigners everywhere. As Kiko says:
Viva la di 
er 
encia! 
—The Adobe Creative Team
WE’vE GOnE FROM pSychEDELIcWhIMSy TO DIGITAL ExpERIMEnTATIOnTO cOLORFuL ExuBERAncE.
pRInT ThIS ISSuERATE ThIS ISSuE
editor’s note:
what we love about this issue
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ADOBE MAGAZINEFOR CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS
ThE IncREDIBLE, ShRInkInG ScREEncOvER STORynATuRAL SynThESISFEATuREpLAyInG WITh pRInTFEATuREFInE FILMMAkInG (On A FInITE BuDGET)FEATuRE
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