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Graphic Design Studio Collaboration

Independent graphic design studios and companies far outnumber the specialist advertising agencies or publishing companies, and are a rich source of work for the illustrator. Commissions can be forthcoming for any type of project illustrators are called in to create images for annual reports, to work on logo designs, produce cover illustrations for financial reports, artwork for theatre posters - the list is endless. As in other aspects of the industry, knowing the specialist nature of each company is vital belore approaching Ihem with requests for meetings or portfolio reviews. Following the international design press and researching company websites is the best way of gleaning up-to-date information about projects undertaken by these independent companies.

An Interview with Han Hoogerbrugge

Holland Aniamtion Film Festival

Unlike graphic design, there is not a clearly visible, tried-and-tested path into working as a freelance illustrator. Forging a career can take equal amounts of patience, skill and luck. Understanding how to market one's work, maintain client interest and build a professional reputation can be a painstaking experience.

Illustration as a Discipline

Famous Illustrators Graphic Design

As for boundaries and borderlines, it is clear that illustration sits somewhere between art and design. Never truly considered to be an adjunct of art with a capital A', nor wholly allowed to exist as a solo design discipline, without the prop that is graphic design, illustration has been continually disowned by both artists and designers. It has been derided as whimsical by the artist and arty' by the designer. Back in education, the discipline rarely fares any better few institutions offer full-time courses purely in illustration, and those that do. offer very little by way of stand alone facilities. Illustration courses often do not occupy their own physical space, but sit in studios as part of graphic design courses. It is still the case that in many countries across Europe, illustration has failed to be recognised as a discipline and therefore courses tend not lo exist at all. Professionally, illustrations for press and advertising have been created by designers and artists, and...

Real Type Game Genre Antiheroine

Real Type Game Genre Anti Heroine

A graduate from technical college, Suzuki is now moving his way up in the world of Game graphic design. I am working in Game graphic design. Although I don't really feel as if I am in a position to be handing out advice yet, I am glad to have this opportunity to advise would-be animators.

Systems For Hard Pencils

Pencil Drawing Techniques

Hard pencils are mostly appropriate for drawings requiring accuracy. As we have pointed out previously, such drawings are usually done by engineers, industrial designers, graphic designers and architects. The final drawings they produce have to be to scale and precise so that other people, such as craftsmen, can follow the instructions to construct or make the designed object. These drawings come in a number of different types of perspective, or parallel projection systems, ranging from flat orthographic plan or elevation drawings to 3D perspective illustrations.

Art Direction

Understanding how illustrators are commissioned is key to successful working relationships but despite that, few art and design courses truly replicate the procedure. Whilst there are relatively lew courses in illustration compared to those teaching straight graphic design, there are even fewer that teach how to art direct. Most courses offer it, if at all. as part of their graphic design programme, without recognising the breadth of the discipline. This is also true lor advertising art direction, therelore many art directors have to learn on the job some manage brilliantly, others not so well.

The Journals Project

That latter one was Journal 526, the only book thus far to be returned to Brian Singer, the San Francisco-based graphic designer who began launching blank black journals in August 2000. By January 2003 Singer had set all one thousand journals adrift. The stamp inside each cover offers the following instructions Take this journal and add something to it. Stories, photographs, drawings, opinions. Anything goes. The rest is up to the finder. As a graphic designer, Singer (who goes by the moniker someguy on the website) sometimes feels like everything he does is driven by profit margins which can really sap a guy's creativity. The 1,000 Journals Project is an antidote to that, something totally devoid of funding and advertising. And without rules. Intrigued by the possibilities, Singer jokes, I think it would be great if one journal came back all blue.

Acknowledgements

Lesley, Louie, Jake and Felix Zeegen. Carl Rush and Chris Pelting at Crush. Kate Shanahan, Brian Morris. Natalia Price-Cabrera at AVA Publishing. Sarah Elliott and the academic staff team in the Graphic Design and Illustration Department at the University of Brighton. Doroth e Fritze.

Demanding Life

Illustration is not for the faint-hearted. It can take a tough cookie to meet the demands and rigours of getting somewhere within a discipline that feels vastly unsupported, Without stand alone facilities in education, the lone illustrator must utilise Ihe media that other disciplines would first lay claim to, breaking into places that would normally be considered Ihe domain of other specialists. Gaining access to the drawing studio normally housed in the fine art department, the darkrooms occupied by the photography course, the print-making workshops open for students of print-making, the wood and metal workshops utilised by students of sculpture, architecture and furniture design and the computing facilities overrun by graphic design and motion graphics students is never going to be easy. But it happens -illustration students are a rare breed that Open doors and get things moving.

Using the Computer

Illustrating Within Reach

The computer lias helped to place illustration on a level with other disciplines, and the range of digital possibilities - coupled with the technical power now found within the reach of most illustrators has ensured a more equal relationship with design. Illustrators, with the aid of digital processes, arc returning to the roots of the practice. Illustration first grew from a branch of graphic design that was commercial art, and now increased involvement with projects and commissions during the design stage has begun to echo that early approach as illustrators increasingly work across the board. A relationship built on trust began to evolve slowly as illustrators started to emerge from the dawn of their own digital age - albeit ten years after the desk-top revolution had re-energised graphic design - with portfolios of work that impressed a younger more streetwise design community. Constantly looking for new ways of expressing ideas and communicating to their clients, graphic design...

Starting

Although I developed the studio course on which this book is based expressly for people with no artistic experience, it has also been useful to not-quite beginners, such as seasoned painters and graphic designers who may have missed a foundation in drawing. Photographers, familiar with composing images, may want to express with hand on paper what they've used a camera to record. Other not-quite beginners may have once been budding artists who began to develop their artistic potential but

The Digital Divide

The graphic designer, as well as keeping a tight rein on the ownership of typography, was also able to maintain control of the digital process for quite some time too. Eager to explore the extent that these digital processes had to offer, graphic designers were quick to leap on the new wave in design technology afforded by the computer when Apple launched the Macintosh in 1984. Billed as the alternative to IBM. the Mac was the first personal computer with a graphic interface and was to revolutionise the way that people used computers. Leapt upon by innovators in the design industry, the 2500 price tag gave the user just 128KB of RAM. but nonetheless, the digital age for the designer had begun.

Denyse schmidt

The quilts first came to Schmidt as telephone doodles while she was working as a graphic designer circles and squares repeated in a bold, graphic style. Gradually, they made their way from scrap paper into her journals. As the idea for a business devoted to quilt making emerged, the journals blossomed.

Inhouse Investment

Left out in the cold, most illustrators were unable to match the financial power thai designers could call upon. Crucially it would be straightforward economics that would hold illustration back by almost ten years from partaking in the digital design revolution. The graphic designer working for a graphic design company could be in front of a computer without any personal financial outlay. Undertaking training courses and getting up to speed with the necessary software applications, although still creatively and technically in their

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