They Drew as They Pleased
The Hidden Art of Disney's Late Golden Age: The 1940s – Part Two
In 1937, Walt Disney set up a special department to develop characters for his films. Unlike the Disney animators, the artists of the Character Model Department had freedom to work in any way they wanted and created sketches and paintings in their chosen style and medium. This book profiles the work of the six leading artists working in the 1940s and is illustrated with their character artwork for films including Dumbo, Pinocchio and Peter Pan. Felt-tip mark on upper trimmed edge.
Design for Special Events
500 of the Best Logos, Invitations and Graphics
Modeled on the format and presentation of Business Graphics, this book features a vast collection of designs for special events from around the globe. Designing for special events such as fundraisers, trade shows, and conferences is becoming commonplace for many designers as the need to compete for attendance at these events increases.
The DIY Revolution
Access to photocopiers gave a boost to the DIY publishing industry in the 1970s, generating hundreds of home-made punky fanzines. This volume reproduces 750 covers and pages from hundreds of underground publications, including famous examples such as Riot Grrrl and Sniffin’ Glue, and traces their evolution through the e-zines of the 1990s and the special interest titles of the 2000s to the contemporary scene.