Archive for May 3rd, 2010

Simon Wild is an illustrator working from his studio in Suffolk. He graduated from Cambridge School of Art in 2007 with a Distinction MA in Children’s Book Illustration. He has previously worked as an animator, filmmaker, video editor and street performer before pursuing a career in illustration.

Gyula Halász was born in Brassó (Braşov), in south-east Transylvania, Austria-Hungary (today in Romania), to a Hungarian father and an Armenian mother. At age three, his family moved to live in Paris, France for a year, while his father, a Professor of Literature, taught at the Sorbonne. As a young man, Gyula Halász studied painting and [...]

Gestalt is a general description for the concepts that make unity and variety possible in design. It is a German word that roughly translates as “whole” or “form.” Gestalt theory is involved with visual perception and the psychology of art among other things. It is concerned with the relationship between the parts and the whole [...]

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