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Walk the Line: The Art of Drawing

By Marc Valli and Ana Ibarra

8 1/2 x 11 in; 320 pp;
Hardcover
October 2013
ISBN 9781780671109
ISBN10 1780671105

SKU# 9781780671109

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Drawing has always been a fundamental skill and
good drawing skills allowed artists to grasp the
reality around them. At the turn of the millennium,
however, the general impression was that with the wide
availability of computers, scanners, digital cameras
and image software, drawing would dwindle into a
marginal activity. In fact, the opposite happened: the
enthusiasm for digital imagery died down and the
ability to draw has become a treasured skill.
Walk the Line: The Art of Drawing


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Walk the Line: The Art of Drawing

Drawing has always been a fundamental skill and good drawing skills allowed artists to grasp the reality around them. At the turn of the millennium, however, the general impression was that with the wide availability of computers, scanners, digital cameras and image software, drawing would dwindle into a marginal activity. In fact, the opposite happened: the enthusiasm for digital imagery died down and the ability to draw has become a treasured skill. Walk the Line: The Art of Drawing includes interviews with the artists about their relationships with technology and the conditions under which their works are shown and sold.

• Captures a new movement of drawing as an end in itself
• Carefully curated collection of 65 emerging talents from around the world
• Packed with more than 300 visually arresting drawings

 

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8 1/2 x 11 in; 320 pp;
Hardcover
October 2013
ISBN 9781780671109
ISBN10 1780671105
Marc Valli is the co-founder of retail and book-selling company Magma in the UK, and of visual art magazines Graphic and Elephant. He is the author of RGB (Reviewing Graphics in Britain) and co-author of Microworlds (Laurence King).
Ana Ibarra graduated in Philosophy in Spain, where she was born. She came to London to study Product Design. She is currently one of the editors of Elephant magazine.
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