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Rough : remarkable graphic styles / chief editor, Lin Shijian.

Contributor(s): Lin, Shijian [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Remarkable graphic styles.Publisher: Hong Kong : SendPoints Publishing, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: 221 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 25 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789887849452; 9887849456.Other title: Remarkable graphic styles.Subject(s): Graphic arts | Graphic design (Typography)Summary: In it we could find out why and how artists created childlike lines and colors, torn and rubbed the paper, or collected trash from streets. Through interviews with the designers, we could also explore how they make a rough image "awfully" good. After reading this book, we might become more fascinated by such visual roughness.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

"Rough" could be naive, crude, intuitive, or raw. in art and design, "rough" approaches to creation tend to touch viewer's heart with its naturalness, honest and boldness. Looking back at our rough art heritage and focusing on the rough graphic design of our time, this book presents and concludes the different approaches of rough expression. In it we could find out why and how artists created childlike lines and colours, torn and rubbed the paper, or collected trash from streets. Through interviews with the designers, we could also explore how they make a rough image "awfully" good. After reading this book, we might become more fascinated by such visual roughness.

Includes index.

In it we could find out why and how artists created childlike lines and colors, torn and rubbed the paper, or collected trash from streets. Through interviews with the designers, we could also explore how they make a rough image "awfully" good. After reading this book, we might become more fascinated by such visual roughness.