ISBN : 978-3-89955-232-4
Autor : Editores: R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, M. Huebner
Editorial : gestalten
Cubierta : cubierta dura
Páginas : 208 pág.
Color : FOTOGRAFIAS full color
Idioma : Ingles
Format: 24 x 28 cm
Manifesting creative visions into material objects and spaces is one of the most prominent developments in contemporary design today. Tangible documents how designers are using the stylistic means of graphic design to implement their ideas spatially to create three-dimensional designs, objects and orchestrated spaces. The examples in this book show the unprecedented use of materials and innovative ideas – graphics morph into spatial sculptures, the intangible is made visual through handmade craftsmanship, physical experiences, visual environments and staged spatial installations such as art installations, interiors and architecture as well as urban interventions. Tangible continues the exploration of its trailblazing predecessor Tactile.
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The borders between graphic design, illustration, art, interior design,
architecture and craftsmanship are becoming increasingly blurred. More
than ever before, graphic design is being used as the underlying medium
together with multiple practices to manifest creative visions.
Following in the footsteps of Hidden TrackTactile (2007), Tangible
presents further developments from the work of young designers and
artists who are experimenting with this multidisciplinary approach and
creating outstanding original “tangible” designs. (2005) and
These designers from different disciplines are choosing to no
longer work exclusively in two dimensions, instead dealing intensively
with space, materials and physical products. Each chapter in the book
features different trends and styles demonstrating various approaches
and solutions to this new area of graphic design. Graphics morph into
spatial sculptures, the intangible is made visual through handmade
craftsmanship, physical experiences, visual environments and staged
spatial installations such as art installations, interiors and
architecture as well as urban interventions.
The striking visual work in Tangible indicates the rise of
graphic-inspired interior designs as artists, graphic designers,
typographers and illustrators transform their ideas into shops,
restaurants, hotels and fair stand designs.