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Illustration Research Methods: How contextualise the diversity and originality of artistic practitioniers?

2019

2019, Editorial—“Illustration Research Methods” is a title of a book. Illustration stand for a mark of an artistic practitioner. Research stands for the intention to find meaning in an individual mark. Methods describes possible ways to achieve that. This book is an juxtaposition of different artisitic practices to reveal symbioses that nourishes the creation of original and meaningful outcomes.

Cover, Editorial, Type design: Angelo StitzEditors: Rachel Gannon, Mireille FauchonComissioned: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, London
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Cover

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Chapter page.

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The font that was developed. Showing its fragments.

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Two words “FROM HERE“ set in two lines. Some fragments collapse to new shapes.

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More comprehensible image how these shapes are assembled.

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    Pluralist: Can the act of reading become a part of publishing?

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    Drawing Table: Can complexity be experienced through collaboration?

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    FontFiction: Is there a narrative in typographical textures?

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    Wip-Show: What is the essence of studying at the Royal College of Art?

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    Strangers Con(text): How can context be communicated between strangers?

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    Sonicacrostipunctus: How can the non-translatable be materialised?

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    Quantum Camera: How to record the “entanglement” between people?

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    Typo Panorama: What is the materiality of the digital?

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    Dialect Translator: How to learn a foreign language?

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    Responsive Type: Can a typographical character respond to the context of its user?

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    Gift Wrap Paper #2: How can figures be used to make patterns?

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    Gift Wrap Paper #1: How can figures be used to create ornaments?

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    13 Character Disorders: How to visualise the different types of character disorders?

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    Visual Language Researcher
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