Advertising & Promotional Projects

Simon Emery, Ian Noble

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The book showcases examples of my Illustration work.
Overview of book:
Illustration changed so much in the last decade of the 20th Century that some maintain it shouldn't even be called illustration any more. Graphic designers are 'making images' more than ever – that is, using almost any technique or device, new or old, technological or craft-based, to create an image for illustrative purposes. Yet at the same time as the discipline of the illustrator is under pressure from designers and typographers who can also make images, illustrators themselves are aiming to occupy the ground previously open only to those very designers and typographers.
In such a rich and fast–changing environment, Picture Perfect takes stock of the many forms in which illustration now appears, asks how the practice and the profession need to be reassessed, and presents the work of outstanding practitioners across the globe who speak the many visual languages that push illustration's boundaries. For those in the thick of the creative meltdown, for art directors looking to commission the bravest and most insightful work, and for anyone with a keen interest in contemporary visual culture, Picture Perfect is the much - needed marker for 21st century illustration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPicture Perfect
Subtitle of host publicationFusions of Illustration and Design
Place of PublicationSwitzerland
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)9782880467548
Publication statusPublished - 31 Oct 2003


  • Fusions of illustration and design


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