Hidden Track: How Visual Culture is Going Places

Hidden Track: How Visual Culture is Going Places
Library Shelf Location 38.KLAN
Publication Date 2005
Abstract From surface and into space is the overlying design trend these days. Graphic designers and urban artists are creating objects and interiors, moving into art galleries and museums worldwide. Designs, artworks and illustrations are emerging into the third-dimension increasingly featuring ornamental and sculptural objects. Hidden Track documents this movement introducing protagonists and their spaces that are taking current visual culture out of the underground to the level of high culture.
ISBN 3899550846
Quantity 1
Editors Robert Klanten, Sven Ehmann
Format Hardcover
Publisher Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin
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Categories Interior Design, Graffiti/Street Art, Product Design/Packaging, Design/Graphic Design
Keyword Urban
Language English

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