Pen and Mouse: Commercial Art and Digital Illustration
Angus Hyland, Roanne Bell
Laurence King, 2001 - Commercial art - 140 pages
"The work of forty-five cutting-edge illustrators from around the world is shown, reflecting vastly differing styles. Contributors include Anthony Burrill, Nick Higgins, Kim Hiorthoy, Kinsey, John Maeda, Mike Mills, Akio Morishima, Reggie Pedro, Graham Rounthwaite and Kam Tang. As well as presenting a stunning collection of work, the book offers an overview of the profession's own perspective on its role and purpose: answering a simple set of questions, the contributors comment on their motivation and working methods, and give their views on the role of technology and its effect on their work."--BOOK JACKET.
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