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by Weirong Ren


First published 2013 This book is copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study, criticism or review as permitted under the copyright act 1968, no part may be reproduced by any process without written permission. Enquires should be made to the manager of Blurb (or whoever you print with).... Copying for educational purposes. The Australian Copyright Act 1968 (‘Act’) allows a maximum of one chapter or 10 per cent of this book, whichever is the greater, to be copied by an educational institution purposes provided that the educational institution (or the body that administers it) has given a re-numeration notice to Copyright Agency Limited (‘CAL’) under the act. The information contained in this book is to the best of the author’s and publisher’s knowledge true and correct. Every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy, but the author and publisher do not accept responsibility for any loss, injury or damage arising from such information. Editor: Weirong Ren Written by: Weirong Ren Typesetting and Design by: Weirong Ren Printed and Bound by: Blurb. Copyright © 2012 by: Weirong Ren

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Contents Foreword

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Dedication

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Preface

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Introduction

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Photography

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Illustration

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Food Packaging

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Constume Design

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Special Thanks

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Foreword

I was honored to write the forward for some famous design products, Designing Together, because I thought it was excellent. It’s the first book I’vedesignthat collected several famous designers's products: appreciating excellent artworks and learn more professional knowledge in different areas .


—Weirong Ren

Dedication

To people who like design and beautiful tings.

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This book include diverse famous design such as Photography, illustration, food packaging, architecture and costume design. All of these artworks are typical opuses of their designers. In addition, authors's information and some professional information will be followed for each chapter.

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Preface

Welcome to Famous Design ! My goal in this book is to provide a guide for people who wish to design excellent artworks. I cover both famous designers and their famous works. I assume familiarity with design, but no prior exposure to parallel computing.


Introduction

T h i s book presents a broad introduction to design theory and practice. Historical, contextual, philosophical, technical, visual and practical approaches to Design are often presented separately. But each approach impacts on others and together they are critical to a rounded understanding of design. Beautiful Thing presents a clear synthesis of these approaches, explaining all the basic concepts and allowing the reader to connect the different elements of Design. Both lively and accessible, the book takes the reader step by step through the key topics of taste, design evolution, composition, colour, drawing, communication and expression. Superbly illustrated, the book includes a range of detailed design case studies. In addition, theory boxes, placed at intervals, summarize necessary but complex ideas. A Glossary and Guides to Further Reading are also included. The book will be invaluable as a broad introduction for students of all branches of Design.

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Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose.

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Charles Eames

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Photography

Katerina Plotnikova


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aterina Plotnikova is a Russian photographer who composes beautiful shots. With captivating images, the artist manages to immerse us in the world where nature is of paramount importance. More in the future. Katerina Plotnikova is a fine art photographer from Russia who explains her work as "another tale about wonderland." Her images are simple, yet stunning. She utilizes light, color, and environment in each one of her images while always getting natural expressions and poses from her models.

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Illustration

Junaida & Nagai Hideyuki


Junaida's illustration for children

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ainter Junaida was borned in 1978 in Japan. He is a famous illustration master. His artwork "Childhood" is very popular in Asian Countries. He had a lot of exhibitions. During the 15th century, books illustrated with woodcut illustrations became available. The main processes used for reproduction of illustrations during the 16th and 17th centuries were engraving and etching. At the end of the 18th century, lithography allowed even better illustrations to be reproduced. The most notable illustrator of this epoch was William Blake who rendered his illustrations in the medium of relief etching. Today, there is a growing interest in collecting and admiring original artwork that was used as illustrations in books, magazines, posters, blogs, etc. Various museum exhibitions, magazines and art galleries have devoted space to the illustrators of the past.

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Nagai Hideyuki' s 3D illustration

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apanese artist Nagai Hideyuki produces some of the most remarkably convincing three-dimensional drawings that look like they’re jumping off the page. The young illustrator ’s masterpieces are playful anamorphic illusions featuring Hideyuki’s creative cast of characters popping out to interact with our world. The artist’s impressive creations are especially effective in their sculptural appearance due to the clever perpendicular positioning of two sketchpads. It adds a visual believability to the artist’s optical illusions that rely heavily on perspective. Each illustration is more mind-blowing than the last.

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GAKU DESIGN

Food Packaging


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ackaging is more than protection for the products; it is also the bridge between the goods and its viewers. Product branding is mainly based upon beautiful food packaging design to attract organic customer's attention. A sense-oriented design plays an important role in the cognitive and sensory process of human beings. Food packaging may seem simple at first: show what’s inside the packet, add a bit of marketing speak, job done. But aside from the usual design considerations of target audiences and the like, there are many more things to consider.

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Costume Design

Mustafa Sogdan


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Mustafa is an Istanbul based artist that has developed a specialism in fashion illustration. Despite his young age he has secured major campaigns and has worked on editorials for the likes of Tom Ford, Armani, and Christian Louboutin. In his own words "The theme in my works is totally complicated. It changes with my mood; it contains my past, my wishes for the future, pictures of the moment, and daily pleasures. My passion is to put my love for living into my work and make a mark on life."

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Special Thanks

Special thanks goes to all of those who contributed to the book, and assisted in this collection ofimagery, knowledge. Thanks Dominique Falla taught me professional knowledge in class.

Katerian Plotuikova Photography:

https://www.facebook.com/KaterinaPlotnikovaPhotography

Junaida Illustration:

http://www.pinterest.com/yuzofujii/junaida/

Nagai Hideyoki Illustration:

http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/nagai-hideyuki-3dillustrations-update

Gaku Design Food packaging:

http://www.gaku-design.com/

Mustafa Sogdan Constume Design:

http://fabulousnoble.com/artists/mustafa-soydan/

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