Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes


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    Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes review · E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Rian Hughes Rian Hughes Ó 9 review More pictures at parkablogscomKudos to the author for putting together this amazing collection of illustrations from the 60s I can't imagine the amount of effort reuired to source and credit the thousand over pieces of art There's a total of 576 pages so this paperback book is rather thickThe style well is 60s and the variety comes from the different human subjects featured and the colours The reproduction of t

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    Free read Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s Rian Hughes Ó 9 review Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes One of the best collected and curated books on the art of a decade of groundbreaking style and design

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    Free read Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s Rian Hughes Ó 9 review Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes The decade of the ’60s seems to conjure up a lot of images of femininity to me — slinky James Bond gal mod miniskirted model Don

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    Free read Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes Much of the illustration of the 60s 70s never appealed to me As a young boy I couldn't understand why ugly was IN This boo

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    Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes Rian Hughes Ó 9 review review · E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Rian Hughes Great way to get a pictorial and social history of the 1960's not to mention learning about various mid 20th century illustrators Being old fashioned so preferring the photo realistic rather my fav artist was Jac Mars

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    review · E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Rian Hughes Rian Hughes Ó 9 review Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s (E–pub/E–book) ↠ Rian Hughes It maintained my interest as I leafed throught it There isn't much text and it's a topic I don't know much about but the illustratio

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Free read Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s

Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s review Ê 109 E decade's close conjuring a fabulous and euphoric pageant of 1960s pop culture from rediscovered artworks by the very best illustrators of the day An inspirational sourcebook for contemporary designers and fans of 1960s culture Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s provides a wonderful nostalgic adventure into an aspirational world of stylishly sophisticated living revealing just how much life has changed in the intervening decad. The decade of the 60s seems to conjure up a lot of images of femininity to me slinky James Bond gal mod miniskirted model Donna Reedy housewife hippie chick California beach bunny All of those archetypes and many are on full display in Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s a brick like volume of vintage magazine illustrations expertly selected by Rian Hughes Sure there are some men pictured within these pages but since the illustrations come from various popular British women s mags of the era Woman Woman s Own Homes and Gardens Woman s Journal to name a few they tend to focus on the fairer sex rendered in every color of the rainbow The women are generally seen in swooning romantic poses with body language and facial expressions that hint at some intrigue or outside danger what is the trench coated beauty on page 322 looking atWhat most impressed me about this book is how craftily the illustrators worked with white space and printing techniues to make a visually stunning statement The artwork is presented in chronological order reproduced in graphic layouts that punch up the often stunning color palettes the artists used The earlier examples are conservative subject wise with prim ladies emoting in billowy dresses but the art is surprisingly daring in techniue As the 60s move along we see wilder colors and looser artfully sketch like renderings until 1966 67 brings on a mod Carnaby Street influence with a graphic punch Cartoons collage surrealism revival and psychedelic styles all get their due but by 1969 we re back in the realm of glamorously swooning ladies rendered in washy paints Some things never change it seemsThis book focuses solely on British publications which honestly let me down a little but many American artists of the era are represented here with uality work by the likes of Coby Whit Andy Virgil and Lynn Buckham One of my favorites from that period Bob Peak is represented only once a striking image of a kissing couple dominated by the black space between their profiles Wow Scrubblesnet review September 16 2011

review · E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Rian HughesLifestyle Illustration of the 60s

Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s review Ê 109 The 1960s was an optimistic era of unprecedented change and its heady zeitgeist was captured in the amazing range of artwork that adorned the magazines of the time Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s is a colossal survey of magazine artwork from the Swinging Sixties It not only provides revelatory insight into the extraordinary artistic talents of the illustrators featured such as Austin Briggs Lynn Buckham Antonio Lopez and Cob. More pictures at parkablogscomKudos to the author for putting together this amazing collection of illustrations from the 60s I can t imagine the amount of effort reuired to source and credit the thousand over pieces of art There s a total of 576 pages so this paperback book is rather thickThe style well is 60s and the variety comes from the different human subjects featured and the colours The reproduction of the paintings are good There s a very nice textural look to them What strikes me immediately besides the style is the use of masterful composition The examples on composition are good enough for me to recommend this book even to lifestyle photographers who haven t any interest in paintings there s plenty to learn from seeingThis book should be very nostalgic for anyone working in the design industry during those times It provides a very interesting glimpse into the the 60s pop culture

Rian Hughes Ó 9 review

Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s review Ê 109 Y Whit but also tellingly elucidates the social aspirations of this era of political optimism and sexual freedom Featuring over 1000 gloriously inventive and stylistically diverse illustrations Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s traces the decade's dizzyingly swift evolution from the homemaking ethos of romantic coupledom to the stylish liberation of mini skirted Chelsea girls and the psychedelic palette that evolved towards th. One of the best collected and curated books on the art of a decade of groundbreaking style and design

  • Paperback
  • 576
  • Lifestyle Illustration of the 60s
  • Rian Hughes
  • English
  • 08 January 2020
  • 9781906863043