Posts Tagged ‘Adobe Illustrator’

Red Head, 1982. Barbara Nessim
(b.1939) Digital illustration (Norpak II computer; ilfochrome print), 30 3/4” x 26 1/2”. Collection of the artist.

This post comes to us from Alex Salazar, Curatorial Intern.

“Since the dawn of picture-making, illustrators have taken the tools available to them to document and react to the world around them,” explains Scott Bakal, the curator of Pixelated: The Art of Digital Illustration.  The face of art is constantly changing, and new tools like Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter are exposing artists to a virtually unlimited range of possibilities.  On view at the New Britain Museum of American Art’s Low Illustration Gallery until Dec. 9th, 2012, this exhibition showcases “the brilliant ideas and processes that go into making illustrations today.”


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