Thinking 3D Books, Images and Ideas from Leonardo to the Present
Despite being generally thought of as quite a recent idea, three-dimensional art forms were first developed during the Renaissance by some of the greatest artists and illustrators. Thinking 3D examines the ways reliable three-dimensional drawings influenced art, science, maths and architecture.
Filled with essays referencing some of the most famous artists and thinkers — like Galileo Galilei, Leonardo da Vinci, and Andreas Vesalius — this book explores the ability to communicate three-dimensional forms on two-dimensional paper and the ways it has shaped society as a result.
It also features in-depth analyses of more than forty manuscripts; including ground breaking works from da Vinci, as well as early drawings of the moon and paper engineering, which helps to reveal just how much of an impact three-dimensional techniques have had on modern life as we know it.
|Dimensions||22.86 cm x 2.03 cm x 25.4 cm|
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