Basics Illustration 01: Thinking Visually

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AVA Publishing, Dec 20, 2006 - Art - 176 pages
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Basics Illustration 01: Thinking Visually by Mark Wigan features a wide range of work, demonstrating diverse visual languages, context, ideas, techniques and skills. It also looks at the ways in which illustrators develop their own personal visual language.

Contemporary illustrators from all over the world engaged in a diverse range of approaches to the discipline have contributed their artwork and commentaries on visual thinking and the working process. The text also features the work of recent graduates, present students and observations from educators past and present.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
How To Get The Most Out Of This Book
9
EUREKA
11
DRAWING
27
PLAYTIME
41
POINTS OF VIEW
59
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
105
METHOD IN THE MADNESS
123
Glossary
159
Canon
161
Bibliography
165
Conclusion
169
Acknowledgements
173
Contacts
174
Back cover
184
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Mark Wigan is an artist, illustrator and academic. He was an early pioneer of trans-global club art in 1980s New York, London and Tokyo. Mark's work has evolved into a multimedia archive, chronicling the changing worlds of club culture and street style. For the past ten years, he has been lecturing worldwide and has led illustration programmes at a range of universities.

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