The epilogue to my review of Fashion Illustration. This second title by Anna Kiper is all about the portfolio, mood, and storytelling.
Today I’m sharing one of my absolute favourite books on illustration. It’s a short review, but I’ve loved Anna Kiper’s work for a long time.
The edition I’m reviewing has the following details: Bloomsbury, 2016 | ISBN 978-1-4725-6729-1. There is a newer edition here. I’ve written a smidgen about design development before, but somehow not yet got around to showcasing this book on the blog.
Full disclosure: I contributed one design to Knitstrips, the Instant Heirloom shawl, but apart from making the pattern IK-ready I had no involvement with the conception or production of this book whatsoever – I didn’t even see the proofs! This
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Another formative influence. I learnt about the elements and principles of design whilst studying, but it took several years for me to track down the source. The quantity of exercises and interdisciplinary nature of this book make it a must-read for me.