Pack Color: Color in Graphics + Color y Percepción
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Theme: Graphic Design
By: Varios Autores
- Publisher: Index Book
- Year: 2008
- Pages: 491 pages
- Format: 29 X 24 cm
- Weight: 2.382 Kg
- Features: hardcover with jacket
- Languages: Spanish
- ISBN: 978-84-92643-49-3
- REF: 6065
Theme pack including 2 books on colour in graphic design: Color in Graphics + Color y Percepción In Color in Graphics a designer and a writer join to systematically classify a contemporary selection of graphic design, illustration and packaging, according to the sensations arised by the use of color in each piece of work. This title also offers an insite into the world of color theory as well as an array of opinions gathered from various interviews held with designers, artists and field experts (Irma Boom, Design Project, Prof. Uwe Loesch, Taku Satoh, Ryan Waller, Renato Bernasconi y Dr. Li-Chen Ou). Color y Percepción (Colour and Perception) is based on the unparallelled capacity of colour to transmit emotions and sensations. Each chapter starts with a short creative text that introduces colour variations in an evocative manner and features striking graphic examples of the ways designers can use shades to their best advantage.
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