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Merge: Art + Craft + Design NEW TITLE
Euphemia Toong:
Merge
Art + Craft + Design
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Spanning the globe from Asia and Australia to Europe, North and South America, Merge represents the heights to which handcrafted art and design have attained. Possibly the broadest in scope of any book published on the subject, this title wishes to embrace all media, from the impermanence of food to that most controversial and everlasting of substances, plastic.
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Whimsical tofu teddies vie for attention with breathtaking fiber art skulls, miniature paintings created on a running fence of carved pencils compete with elaborate paper cutout gowns. Portraits are meticulously produced on a growing number of diverse canvases from hand stitching on fabric to layered packing tape snapshots produced on plexiglass that require a light source to illuminate.

The most captivating art movement of recent years, handmade continues to arrest our attention through the innovative use of new, traditional and recycled materials.

Artists featured include: Sarah Bridgland, Ghostpatrol, Mark Khaisman, Jum Nakao, Atelier Pariri, Naomi Ryder and Julie Vermeille.

240 pages, Hardcover, 8 1/2'' x 10'' (216 x 254 mm)
color illustrations throughout, English
ISBN: 978-1-58423-398-5  $ 39.95
See also:

Juxtapoz Handmade
Juxtapoz Handmade
These works have crossed the bound­ary between craft, design and con­tem­por­ary art. The subject matter varies from food­stuff to robots and materials run the gamut from cardboard and paper to cloth, por­cel­ain, metal, wool and yarn. more...

Illustration Play 2: An Expedition to the Extraordinary
Illustration Play 2: An Expedition to the Extraordinary
Totally unique collection of works that focuses on a return to experimental and individual techniques, such as paper cutting, stitching, knitting, needlework, origami, patchwork, and more. more...

Stereographics: Graphics in New Dimensions
Stereographics
Stereographics explores how the dis­cipline of prop building and model cre­ation can be applied in graphic de­sign, especially in innovative and fresh new font design. It features hundreds of successful projects including pro­mo­tion­al flyers, brochures, in-store graphics, textiles and clothing. more...
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GINGKO PRESS | GRAPHIC DESIGN BOOK | ISBN-13: 9781584233985 | ISBN-10: 1-58423-398-2 / 1584233982