Vectorism examines the state of contemporary vector graphics and its continuing relevance in the design world.
In art and design, there has been a shift in recent years towards the fruits of more “lo-fi” processes, a distinct need for a personal component and the expressiveness that normally only a human hand can evoke.
Vector graphics have weathered this current backlash taking pride of place alongside the fruits of more handmade techniques. The sources of inspiration often remain the same, whether a nod to popular culture or an homage to nostalgia. The execution is precise and original, with a unique capacity for pattern and color and a great versatility of scale.
240 pages, Paperback
7 1/2” x 9 3/4” (191 x 248 mm)
900 color illustrations