Monday, 24 February 2014


2nd Yr illustrators are looking at intangibles. Which is hard to do because intangibles have no physical form. You can't see 'em you see. Or not. I'm confused. To get them on their way, here are a few examples of intangible concepts being visually depicted.


Jazz & How Art Directors really feel about one and other. Bob Gill.

Twitter getting out of hand, Creative Review App, New Year & Processing Info. Jean Julien.

Detection, Fearless & Expired. Grillust Lecturer 04

Brad Holland. Although the exact subject for these editorial pieces isn't given, they are still very emotive and communicative and anything but literal.


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