Volume 1, Number 1: 2005
Looking for Limits in a World of Excess
Kasunic, J.L.Roxburgh, M.
Editorial: Newton, S. and Roxburgh, M. Roxburgh, M. and Kasunic, J.L. Looking for Limits in a World of Excess pp.1-14. keywords: photography, observation, curriculum In this paper we advance the proposition that careful observation, in an iterative framework, is a necessary pre-condition for any intelligent and informed photo-imaging practice.
Handmade: The Revitalisation of Illustration Looking for Limits in a World of Excess
Mignone, J. Handmade: The Revitalisation of Illustration Looking for Limits in a World of Excess pp.15-23. keywords: Illustration, Drawing, Digital imagery, Visual problem solving As a society it is now rare for us to be commonly exposed to and appreciate a diverse range of illustrative material. In this paper I propose that illustrators create a new need for their work before its use disappears. It is up to Illustrators to not only save what some see as a dying art but to re populate our mainstream culture with diverse, creative illustrated images.