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Japanese Design Modern Approaches to Traditional Elements, Vol. 1

£3.99 Out Of Stock

Product description

'Modern Approaches' is a visually exciting new series that allows the designer to understand and appreciate traditional folk patterns, for the purpose of creatively employing their forms and colours to modern-day applications. The series is providing the designer with the historical and symbolic significance of each tradition. Volume Ú features the essentials of traditional Japanese dress and décor, for example kimono patterns. It discusses design and colouring, looking at colour spectrums from different periods of history, and demonstrates how they can be used for T-shirt-designs, identity graphics, industrial design or in illustrations. Chapter Ü offers 80 royalty free templates which readers can use to make designs and illustrations. The 4th chapter includes examples for surfboards, interior designs, aloha shirts, wrist watches, and more. `CD-ROM included.

There is some damage to the dust jacket, but this is otherwise a very nice and clean copy.

Item details

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Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
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'Modern Approaches' is a visually exciting new series that allows the designer to understand and appreciate traditional folk patterns, for the purpose of creatively employing their forms and colours to modern-day applications. The series is providing the designer with the historical and symbolic significance of each tradition. Volume Ú features the essentials of traditional Japanese dress and décor, for example kimono patterns. It discusses design and colouring, looking at colour spectrums from different periods of history, and demonstrates how they can be used for T-shirt-designs, identity graphics, industrial design or in illustrations. Chapter Ü offers 80 royalty free templates which readers can use to make designs and illustrations. The 4th chapter includes examples for surfboards, interior designs, aloha shirts, wrist watches, and more. `CD-ROM included.

There is some damage to the dust jacket, but this is otherwise a very nice and clean copy.

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0

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