Sketchbooks: The Hidden Art of Designers, Illustrators, and Creatives

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Laurence King Publishers, Nov 7, 2012 - Design - 240 pages
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Now published in paperback, Sketchbooks provides a revealing glimpse into the inner workings and private inspiration of creatives from the worlds of advertising, design, graphic design, fashion design, art, street art, and illustration. The material is complemented by interviews in which artists explain how they use their sketchbooks and how they relate to finished works. These, along with the sketchbooks themselves, give readers a direct and unmediated insight into the process of research and creation.

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User Review  - Marina - Goodreads

A fascinating insight into the creative mind and the different ways that sketch books are kept. Read full review

Review: Sketchbooks: The Hidden Art of Designers, Illustrators and Creatives

User Review  - Marissa - Goodreads

It was really interesting to read how the different artists use their sketch books. Some used them as diaries, some as a repository for everything including to-do lists and phone numbers. Some worked ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Richard Brereton began his career in the London and New York art markets, before becoming a television producer for the BBC. He currently lives and works in London. He is the author of Cut & Paste.

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