Design Basics: 2D and 3D

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Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2012 - Art - 528 pages
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DESIGN BASICS, the market-leading text for the two-dimensional design course, now covers 3D design! DESIGN BASICS: 2D and 3D presents art fundamentals in two- to four-page spreads, making the text practical and easy for students to refer to while they work. This modular format gives instructors the utmost flexibility in organizing the course. Visual examples from many periods, peoples, and cultures are provided for all elements and principles of design. Icons throughout the book prompt students to access CourseMate (available separately), which provides studio art demonstrations, interactive exercises that help students explore the foundations of art, and an interactive eBook.
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it's very good and elaborated book. gud for bigginer as wel semi experties....!

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Stephen Pentak received his BA from Union College in New York, and his MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. He is Professor Emeritus of Art, and a past Associate Dean of the College of the Arts at Ohio State University. He has been the recipient of four Ohio Arts Council Fellowships and he has been a visiting resident artist at Delfina Studios in London, and Glasgow School of Art. Mr. Pentak's recent solo exhibitions include shows at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in New York and Susan Street in San Diego. He is co-author of COLOR BASICS as well as DESIGN BASICS. www.stephenpentak.com.

Richard Roth received his BFA from The Cooper Union and his MFA from Tyler School of Art. He is a Professor in the Painting and Printmaking Department at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is co-author of COLOR BASICS and co-editor of BEAUTY IS NOWHERE: ETHICAL ISSUES IN ART AND DESIGN. Roth is an artist and designer with an international exhibition record. He has been the recipient of fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

David A. Lauer is Emeritus Professor of Art at the College of Alameda.

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