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xvii, 209 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Dedication-- Introduction-- Acknowledgements-- Table of Contents-- Chapter 01: Capture Techniques-- Chapter 02: Film & Transparency Manipulation for Wet Lab Processes & Scanning-- Chapter 03: Substrate Acquisition-- Chapter 04: Substrate Manipulation-- Chapter 05: Transfers & Lifts-- Chapter 06: Print and Image Manipulation Chapter 07: Appropriated Art, Collage & Cameraless imaging-- Chapter 08: Waxing, Encaustic and Resins-- Chapter 9: Installation & 3-Dimensionsal Object Photography-- Chapter 10: Alternatives to Finishing & Presentation Resources-- Practicing Artists Further Influence-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138808683 20170919
Alternative Photographic Processes teaches techniques, both analog & digital, allowing artists to bring a personal touch through manipulation of a photograph, the negative, and the print. This book stands apart from recent publications on alternative processes by presenting a range of new approaches and methods to achieve popular techniques, as well as providing step-by-step guidance for an array of unique techniques meant to inspire artists working in various mediums. Through detailed guidance, working artist examples, and info about the contemporary use of these processes, this book will provide instruction for students, educators, and artists to expand their creative toolbox.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138808683 20170919
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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xv, 298 pages : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • PrefaceForeword SECTION I: BASICS Chapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: MaterialsChapter 3: Equipment SECTION II: ALTERED REALITY Chapter 4: Preparing for the ShootChapter 5: Mirrors and Mylar ReflectionChapter 6: Distortion FiltersChapter 7: Lens ModifiersChapter 8: Custom TexturesChapter 9: Gallery of Work: Altered Reality SECTION III: MIXED MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHS Chapter 10: Photographic Mixed MediaChapter 11: Mixed Media DecalsChapter 12: Image Transfer to GlassChapter 13: WonderSauce Transfer ProcessChapter 14: Gallery of Work: Mixed Media Photographs SECTION IV: NEW FRONTIERS Chapter 15: Introduction to PrintingChapter 16: Skin Applique to 3D Printed ObjectsChapter 17: Hydrographic Coloration of 3D Printed ObjectsChapter 18: Modern LithophanesChapter 19: Gallery of Work: New Frontiers Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134036496 20160618
Don't bother reading this book unless you're ready to get your hands dirty. In Hacking the Digital Print, artist Bonny Lhotka redefines what it means to be a photographer. For one thing, you don't always need Photoshop to alter the reality you capture through your lens. In this book, you'll learn how to create unique images using tools you make and modify yourself. Lhotka shows you how to use analog distortion filters, custom textures, and lens modifiers to create images that look like you made them, not an app. You'll also learn how to re-create classic printmaking techniques using non-toxic digital alternatives, including a water-based transfer solution that's safe to use anywhere, whether it's the studio, classroom, or kitchen counter. Anyone can push a button and create a nice print-there is little challenge in getting a high-quality image out of a desktop printer these days. Lhotka shows you how to take your work to the next level by printing on materials such as wood, glass, plastics, and metal. For the truly adventurous, Lhotka shares her custom techniques for taking photographs and applying them to 3D-printed objects created with popular consumer 3D printers. Part artist/part mad scientist, Lhotka has spent many hours experimenting, hacking, and tearing things apart to discover new ways to take, make, and print images. She encourages you to take the techniques you'll learn in this book, hack them, and make them your own. With some techniques you will fail. It will be messy. You will try and have to try again. But in the process, you will make your own exciting discoveries, find solutions to your own problems, and create a body of work that is uniquely yours.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134036496 20160618
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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240 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
Printmakers today are sustained both by their traditions and by their willingness to embrace new technologies, new mediums, and innovative processes. Over 500 beautiful colour images display the innovative work of 75 talented printmakers and 30 print shops. Traditional printing techniques featured include lithography, intaglio, screen print, and relief, while newer techniques include installation, digital, and fibre, among other forms of new print media. The artists speak for themselves, revealing why they create their art. Consequently, the readers will gain a deeper understanding of their world. These assembled prints reflect the talent of this time and in this place. The artists' mediums, patterns, images, and environments also capture our culture and attempt to foretell our future. This book will be a treasured resource for anyone who appreciates the printmaker's art.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780764346910 20160618
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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176 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm
  • Acknowledgments PART 1: Contexts Introduction Journeys and Destinations Conflict and Resolution Diaspora and Exile PART 2: A Partial Atlas of World Printmaking 54 Artists, 24 Countries Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781408156728 20160612
Following on from his previous books Printmaking at the Edge and Critical Mass, Richard Noyce ventures once more beyond familiar centres of art production to explore printmaking off the beaten track. His journey covers the art of a breathtakingly diverse set of regions, from the Middle East, India, Pakistan and Nepal, to the Eastern Mediterranean, south-eastern Europe and the Balkans and more besides. Some of the countries featured have long traditions of using print techniques in their historic and contemporary art but are rarely, if ever, included in international competitions or art journals. This rich and compelling resource reveals the innovative and exciting approaches of printmakers around the world and gives readers the opportunity to compare art from different places, challenging our understanding of the means and forms of expression in printmaking, and its place in the contemporary visual arts. This book will satisfy curiosity amongst artists, printmakers, students and art lovers about printmaking being done in countries unfamiliar to them.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781408156728 20160612
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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160 p.. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
This groundbreaking book establishes Post-Digital Printmaking as a distinct area of printmaking practice both technically and conceptually. Radically different from digital print production (inkjet on high-quality paper), Post-Digital Printmaking integrates Computer Numeric Control (CNC) devices such as laser cutters and CNC routers with matrix production for lithography, intaglio and relief. This contemporary practice incorporates the strengths of both digital and traditional, resulting in hybrid printmaking techniques. A comprehensive and accessible technical introduction to this important area of printmaking, this book explains techniques and processes in detail, discusses the contexts within which Post-Digital Printmaking has arisen, and includes examples and case studies of artists applying these hybrid techniques in their work.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781408124949 20160610
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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144 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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144 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.
This book reveals the secrets of hybrid and combination techniques. Combined techniques are often used by printmakers as tricky ways of achieving particular results, and then not fully acknowledged or detailed in the information that accompanies the print when it is exhibited. Combination printmaking has a long history, but the explosion of media now available to printmakers has opened up many new possibilities. Learning the techniques associated with creating hybrid prints is, at the moment, a case of trial-and-error for most printmakers, unless they are lucky enough to have a tame and generous printmaking friend who will share their secrets; most printmakers closely guard the secrets of how they make their unique prints. This book will explain a lot of these 'secret' methods and techniques.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780713686500 20160528
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01
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160 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Printmaking at the Edge explores the innovative techniques printmakers are using today. The topics covered range from the challenges of new technology and materials (for example, the latest high-tech plates and speciality papers and inks) to the persistence of traditional techniques and the new directions they are taking (for example, digital techniques being used with silkscreen and wood engraving). All scales and stages of printmaking are dealt with. This book is a vital source of information for students and includes interviews with prominent international artists, revealing the secrets behind their work and the possibilities for the future. Included is the work of artists from UK, USA, Canada, Japan, Poland, Argentina, Nicaragua, Belgium, Lithuania, Iceland, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Iraq, Korea, Taiwan and Australia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780713667844 20160528
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
ARTSTUDI-148P-01