My Way ebook
by Michael Mischler,Robert Klanten
Silex : My Way. by Michael Mischler and Robert Klanten. Silex, an open-minded assembly of Swiss designers, has quietly revived the spirit of the traditional artists’ collective.
Silex : My Way. Unimpressed by the commercial renaissance of illustration, their intensive weekend workshops serve as a cathartic outlet for their stranger, funnier and darker talents. My Way offers a diverse collection of 12 exercises, based on topics ranging from Poetry to Nightmare.
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Unimpressed by the commercial renaissance of illustration, their intensive weekend workshops serve as a cathartic outlet for their stranger, funnier and darker talents.
My Way offers a diverse collection of 12 exercises, based on topics ranging from Poetry to Nightmare. Here deceptively simple tasks, reminiscent of primary school exercises like Chinese whispers, memory games or free association, achieve unique, improvised results - simultaneously accessible and subversive, simple and deeply textured they manage to defy and destroy stale design patterns.
While the binding, too, reflects the playful ethos of childhood doodles, My Way nevertheless remains strictly structured by its choice of colours and paper.
At each and every perusal the reader will discover new details in this very personal, varied and likeable volume, stirring his own creativity and the irrepressible urge to scribble.