Thinking Visually for Illustrators (Basics Illustration)De (autor) Mark Wigan
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 13 Sep 2018
Clear new design includes illustrations by Anthony Burrill, Paul Davis, Hyesu Lee, Micah Lidberg, and many others
Mark Wigan is a lecturer at Hull College, UK. He has a progressive and multidisciplinary approach to illustration. An early pioneer of transglobal art in 1980s New York, Tokyo and London, his work has evolved into a multimedia archive chronicling the changing worlds of club culture and street style.
IntroductionHow to get the most out of this bookChapter One: Getting started Ideas generation Research In focus: Yuko Kondo Sketchbooks InspirationsChapter Two: Ways of drawing A history of illustration Outsider art The portrait In focus: Miles Donovan Life drawingChapter Three: Experimenting Quotes Print workshop Cross-media and cultural cut-upsChapter Four: Types of illustration Social commentary Caricature The decorative In focus: Aubrey Beardsley Reportage Underground urban street art In focus: Jean Michel Basquiat Fantastic worlds In focus: Jorge Goytizola In focus: A Secret Club In focus: Daniel BuenoChapter Five: The new digital paradigm The next big thing in illustration In focus: Micah Lidberg In focus: Merjin Hos The future is now In focus: Catherine McIntyre FlexibilityChapter Six: A career in illustration Collaboration In focus: Priya Sundram In focus: Big Active Briefs and deadlines Industry insightsAppendixThe projectsGlossaryCanon of key artists and illustratorsBibliographyConclusionIndexAcknowledgements