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Pen and mouse : commercial art and digital illustration

Author: Angus Hyland; Roanne Bell
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001.
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"Illustration is currently a hot subject. Once seen as a craft under threat of extinction by digital technology, it has recently experienced a new wave of popularity and is now seen everywhere - in editorial design, fashion publicity, advertising, music graphics and web design." "Pen and Mouse investigates the work of the image-makers whose profession occupies the space between graphic design and fine art and whose  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pen and mouse.
New York : Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001
(OCoLC)606593553
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Angus Hyland; Roanne Bell
ISBN: 0823039889 9780823039883
OCLC Number: 47722070
Notes: Simultaneously published: London : Laurence King, 2001.
Description: 140 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Responsibility: edited by Angus Hyland ; assistant editor, Roanne Bell.
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"Illustration is currently a hot subject. Once seen as a craft under threat of extinction by digital technology, it has recently experienced a new wave of popularity and is now seen everywhere - in editorial design, fashion publicity, advertising, music graphics and web design." "Pen and Mouse 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 widely 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." "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."--Jacket.

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