- Published by:
- Richard Bray
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"72 pages Saddle-stitched
Stylised art is the topic of this issue, exploring the way different styles are used by artist to express their work. A quick google search of the word stylised lead to the definition; ‘depict or treat in a mannered and non-realistic style’. Non-realistic can be anything from making disproportionate human characters, with unrealistic but athletically pleasing features, or creating a human character with extremely grotesque features. Some artists experiment with adding style to their art by creating anthropomorphic animals or a new creature altogether. Whatever the style may be it is work exploring hence it’s existence and it’s place in this issue. I hope you enjoy this and do not hesitate to leave any form of feedback.