10 Global Report:
The Swatch Pavilion at the Atlanta Olympics, by Paolo Polledri.
The Art of Advertising, by Herbert Lechner
Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, by Bret Senft.
Picasso's Portraits, Scorsese's Cuts, Magnum's Founders...
16 New Media:
Plebiscite as Digital Art: People's Choice Web Site, by Jurgen Riehle.
Webcams on the Internet: Computer as Viewfinder, by Richard Lewin
18 Book Reviews:
Treadwell: Photographs by Andrea Modica, reviewed by Rynn Williams.
Taxi Driver Wisdom, reviewed by Rynn Williams.
S, M, L, XL, reviewed by Margot Perman.
MTV Unplugged, reviewed by Peggy Chapman.
Alexander Liberman: Then, reviewed by Edna Goldstaub-Dainotto.
23 Work Ethic:
Ageism, Evolution, and Survival, by Linda Cooper Bowen
26 Consumer Products:
Force Fins, the Jaguar E-Type at MoMA; and Lush Lily Cocktail Trays, by Peggy Chapman
30 Beauty of the Brush and Page
The iconic form of Michael Schwab's art is a welcome sight amidst the increasingly illegible landscape of contemporary art and design. By Merrill C. Berman and Denise Urell
42 Illustration Today
A Global Forum: Art directors from some of the world's leading publications share views and cull works from leading talents in editorial illustration. By Stuart I. Frolick
56 Modern Physics, Beautiful Fun
Patrick Demarchelier is fun. The fact that he is a photographer who shoots beautiful women and celebrities is an added attraction. By Gianfranco Mantegna
68 Rem Koolhaas: Reluctant Star
The visionary architect who once declared "I can think of nothing worse than becoming really popular" now finds himself all the rage in design circles. By Nancy Levinson
76 Agitprop in the New World
By utilizing popular icons and propagandistic images, Alexander Kosalopov's art reflects the hermeneutics of both Soviet and American culture. By Jurgen Riehle
86 Absolut Competition Stolichnaya's Freedom March
How Stoli's "Freedom of Vodka" campaign revitalized a tired brand, ignited a sales force, and won over a dubious market. By Linda Cooper Bowen
88 Artistry and All that Jazz
Niklaus Troxler's posters prove just how far music can be creatively transposed into another medium. By Franz Biffiger