Graphis New Talent Annual 2016
ISBN: 1932026991
EAN13: 9781932026993
Language: English
Pages: 256
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 12.00" L x 9.00" W
Weight: 4.00 lbs.
Format: Hardcover

Graphis New Talent Annual 2016

Book Overview
Featured Professors: Platinum, Gold and Silver award-winnning Instructors Frank Anselmo, Brad Bartlett, Phil Bekker, Tina Fong, Diego Guevara, Peter Hobbes, Peter Lusch, Robert Mackall, Jack Mariucci, Paolo Parisi, Leah Perry, Adrian Pulfer, Hank Richardson, Ryan Russell, Mark Smith, Michael West and Mel White, among many others. Contents: This book is a collection of the year's best work from Professors who have demanded and inspired brilliance from their students. These pieces easily match the caliber of work from top professionals in the industry. Most Platinum and Gold winners have full-page presentations of their work. Thousands of designs created by Students and their Professors are available in our online archive. Credits & Commentary: This section gives valuable information and insight for students as well as professors: the assignment and the approach. Selling Points: This coffee table book contains unseen work from inspired students in Design, Advertising, Photography and Film. Full-page layouts make this Annual an indispensable resource for professionals and students. Audience: Professors, Students, Design Firms, Advertising Agencies, Photographers, Museums worldwide and Parents of prospective students interested in the schools represented in this book.
Editor Reviews
From the front Cover his Annual presents some of the year's best entries from professors who have challenged and inspired their students to achieve brilliance. The following are Graphis Platinum-winning instructors: in Advertising: Frank Anselmo, Robert Mackall, Jack Mariucci, Mark Smith and Mel White; in Design: Brad Bartlett, Tina Fong, Diego Guevara, Paolo Parisi, Adrian Pulfer, Hank Richardson and Ryan Russell; in Photography: Phil Bekker and Michael West, and in Film: Peter Lusch and Mark Smith. Also credited are the award-winning students. The book presents not only the work, but also the assignment given and an explanation of the approach. This provides insight into both the student's and the instructor's processes for creating pieces that are often comparable to work in the profession.