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Colorful and intimate, Illustrators In & Out examines the interplay between illustration and commerce and the necessary tactics an illustrator must master in order to achieve commercial success.
Profiling internationally acclaimed artists such as Jon Burgerman, Keiichi Tanaami, Catalina Estrada, and Lotie, this title takes a personal look at the “In” — defined as the artist’s inner creativity, and the “Out” — the value of illustration as a commodity within the global marketplace.
More than just a collection of illustrations, Illustrators In & Out aims to be a guidebook for artists and designers who wish to make a financially viable career out of their artwork. The Q & A interview format alongside each featured artist profile lends a variety of first-person perspectives to the discussion, and handwritten artist questionnaires replete with original doodles add to this inspiring resource for aspiring professional artists.
Illustrators in & Out: What Moves Them and How They Move Art is available on Amazon (US | CA | UK | DE | FR | IT | JP | CN) and Book Depository
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