Item description for Illustration: A Theoretical & Contextual Perspective (Advanced Level) by Alan Male...
Used to be that illustrators were told how and what to draw, and they drew it, and that was that. Today, however, illustrators are the authority; they are the originators of the ideas and the images that convey those ideas, both in fiction and in nonfiction. They need to be educated, socially and culturally aware communicators, with knowledge, understanding, and insight. "Illustration" shows emerging and exploring illustrators how to approach a new project, the theoretical and intellectual processes involved, the value of research, and how to create a unique visual language. Definitions and philosophies of illustration are also featured, along with an historical overview. Straightforward yet inspiring, this book is a must-have for illustrators everywhere.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 8.75" Height: 12" Weight: 2.6 lbs.
Release Date Jul 10, 2007
Publisher AVA Publishing
ISBN 2940373515 ISBN13 9782940373512
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More About Alan Male
Alan Male is an illustrator, educator and writer. Since 1993 Alan has been head of the BA Illustration program at University College Falmouth, UK, and has lectured throughout the United States. A professional illustrator since 1973, Alan has worked nationally and internationally producing work for children's books, editorials, CDs, reference books, encyclopaedias and advertising. He has won several awards and has exhibited in London, Arizona, Denver and the Museum of American Illustration. He also has work in the New York State Museum's permanent collection.