Illustrators 54

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Harper Collins, Apr 9, 2013 - Design - 608 pages
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This 54th edition of the Society of Illustrators Annual represents the very best work created throughout the year. These volumes have been collected and treasured for decades by those interested in the art of illustration, and are not only an invaluable source for art buyers, but also keep professional artists abreast of current trends and serve as inspirational teaching tools for art students and those entering the field.

Highlights include:

  • Revealing commentary by individual artists describing the creative process behind their works.
  • Gold and Silver Medal winners in seven categories.
  • Biographies of the artists elected to the prestigious Illustrators Hall of Fame, along with examples of their work.
  • Profiles of the Hamilton King Award and the Richard Gangel Art Director Award winners.

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The Society of Illustrators was founded in 1901 to promote the art and appreciation of illustration, its history and evolving nature through exhibitions, lectures, and education.

The Society's inaugural Exhibition of American Illustration opened in 1959 with 350 original works, followed by the publication of the first Illustrators Annual. This 54th edition maintains the same standards of excellence and variety, from the most traditional to the farther reaches of the cutting edge.

Through the Annual and other exhibitions, student scholarships, popular lecture series, and social gatherings, the Society continues to support and encourage illustrators and illustration with a commitment that has remained steady in an ever–changing world.

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