Pen and Mouse: Commercial Art and Digital Illustration
Angus Hyland, Roanne Bell
Laurence King, 2001 - Commercial art - 140 pages
This book investigates the work of the image-makers whose profession occupies the space between graphic design and fine art and whose tools are increasingly those of a digital medium. Though many artists continue to execute a large part of their work by hand, the usefulness of the computer as a tool is now wiedly acknowledged. Some illustrators produce purely digital artwork, while many create fascinating hybrid forms that combine digital and traditional media. Featuring a range of contemporary approaches to illustration, the book reveals the innovative areas of current practice.
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