Learn About Illustration Design, “COLLAGE” by Andre Manggala
About The Workshop
Hi Learners! do you know many people do not distinguish graphic design from illustration. For them, both are more or less the same. But there is in fact a clear difference between the two. A graphic designer must clearly know this difference for a better understanding of the work in hand.
Graphic design and illustration are two separate creative fields. But they tend to overlap sometimes. Usually, graphic design is more seen as a commercial art. Illustration is viewed mostly as a fine art.
Graphic design is more about communicating with a target audience, while illustration is concerned mostly about a creative interpretation. Milton Glaser says, ‘To design is to communicate clearly by whatever means you can control or master.’
While illustration was once a dominating force in the creative world, now graphic design has become a huge part of contemporary culture. Graphic Design is everywhere in the modern world. In fact, many graphic design works are considered as a new art form. For example, some logo designs by legendary graphic designers have become part of a culture. In fact, illustration jobs are ebbing away as graphic design is becoming commonplace.
What will you learn?
- Learning to Collage, a technique to enrich your skill and knowledge for both graphic / illustration design.
- Learn how to cut and paste, combining two things or more, to create a unique illustration concept and make it one whole artwork by learning how to give a good finishing to it, and make it digital.
Schedule & other dates
ABOUT THE TEACHER(S)
Bonjour! I am Currently working as a Creative Director in Mutualist Creatives Jakarta. I rather describe my self as an aesthetical visual communicator. Therefore I believe in developing a brand, that are both aesthetical and strategical. Afterall, nobody deserves a boring brand isn't it?
What is the price inclusive of?
Equipments & drinks
What do you need to bring?
a sketchbook & a drawing pen/ pencil (optional)