Art Revolution by Lisa Cyr

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With an unprecedented array of media and digital tools at their disposal, today's artists are faced with unlimited possibilities for creative experimentation. Never before has there been such innovation in the way art can be conceptualized, produced and presented.

Art Revolution is on the cutting-edge, exploring how artists are reinterpreting, reinventing and redefining everything from the surfaces on which they work to the way viewers interact with their finished pieces. This book ventures off the beaten path to track the creative directions and signature styles of twenty-one of today's most visionary artists, including Dave McKean, David Mack, Marshall Arisman and Cynthia von Buhler.

Brilliantly illustrated with inventive examples of two-dimensional, three-dimensional, digital and new media art, Art Revolution will inspire you to break out of the confines of traditional thinking, push your content to a higher level, and revolutionize your personal approach to art.

 

About Lisa Cyr

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Lisa Cyr is an accomplished author and multidisciplinary artist. She writes for many of the creative industry's leading trade publications including Communication Arts, Step Inside Design, How and ID in addition to writing and contributing to five books. Cyr also speaks actively at professional organizations, universities and industry conferences across the U.S. and teaches in many of the country's top graduate programs as a guest lecturer. More of Lisa Cyr's work can be seen at www.cyrstudio.com.
 
Published June 30, 2009 by North Light Books. 160 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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