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Visual literacy : a conceptual approach to graphic problem solving

Author: Judith Wilde; Richard Wilde
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill ; [Garsington] : [Windsor] (distributor), 1991
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Database: WorldCat
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Nineteen challenging assignments and over one thousand pieces of solution art executed by the authors' students are presented. Each visual problem shows the actual assignment sheet given to the students and includes an analysis of the problem's underlying intent, addressing principles such as framal reference, negative-positive relationships, cropping techniques, and other important issues.
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Title: Visual literacy : a conceptual approach to graphic problem solving /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Judith Wilde; Richard Wilde
ISBN: 0823056201; 9780823056200
Notes: Includes index.
Content: Foreword / Steven Heller -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1. Graphic design exercises -- Black square problem -- Black and white problem -- Jack and Jill problem -- Circle, square, triangle problem -- Less is more problem -- Altered page problem -- Designing with type problem -- Typographic portraits problem -- Road sign problem -- Life and death problem -- UPC problem -- Sound problem I -- Graphic design 101 problem -- Map problem -- Homage to André Breton problem -- Part 2. Illustration exercises -- World record problem -- New York City Landscape problem -- Sound problem II -- Number eleven problem -- Credits -- Index.
Description: 191 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Foreword / Steven Heller -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1. Graphic design exercises -- Black square problem -- Black and white problem -- Jack and Jill problem -- Circle, square, triangle problem -- Less is more problem -- Altered page problem -- Designing with type problem -- Typographic portraits problem -- Road sign problem -- Life and death problem -- UPC problem -- Sound problem I -- Graphic design 101 problem -- Map problem -- Homage to André Breton problem -- Part 2. Illustration exercises -- World record problem -- New York City Landscape problem -- Sound problem II -- Number eleven problem -- Credits -- Index.
Responsibility: Judith Wilde, Richard Wilde.
Year: 1991
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill ; [Garsington] : [Windsor] (distributor), (2000 [printing])
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 00100526; National Library: 0823056201
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: NC845; Dewey No.: 741.6
OCLC No.: 43719126

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Nineteen challenging assignments and over one thousand pieces of solution art executed by the authors' students are presented. Each visual problem shows the actual assignment sheet given to the students and includes an analysis of the problem's underlying intent, addressing principles such as framal reference, negative-positive relationships, cropping techniques, and other important issues.
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