Thomas Feichtner: Design Unplugged
Design Unplugged lucidly illustrates that, in the digital age, analogue hand sketches still fulfill an important role as a form of illustration, having taken on a new quality. Thomas Feichtner, an internationally established designer based in Vienna, has rediscovered hand sketching as a key element of his design process. His book does not contain any illustrations of completed work in the field of furniture product design, but only shows pencil sketches -- some of which previously unpublished -- that have preceded the products. They provide an authentic insight into the daily work of the successful product designer. Design reduced to pencil and paper -- unplugged -- rather than the full orchestration of all digital possibilities.
By Bildrecht GmbH
Paperback, 196 pages
0.8 x 9.2 x 11.5 inches
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