Jewellery Illustration and Design, Vol.2: From the Idea to the Project

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Hoaki
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208
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8.19 X 11.57 X 0.71 inches | 2.2 pounds
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English
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Paperback
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9788417656560

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About the Author

Manuela Brambatti began her career in the fashion world in the late 1970s working for Style and other fashion magazines. She has collaborated with Giorgio Correggiari, Krizia and Gian Marco Venturi, but her most important and far-reaching experience was her work with Gianni Versace, where she played a crucial role in setting standards with regard to the presentation and illustration of the house's fashion and home collections. She currently freelances as an illustrator in the fashion, jewelry and design industries. She is the author of the best-selling title Fashion Illustration and Design and Fashion Illustration Design for Accessories, both from Promopress. Cosimo Vinci studied jewelry design in Florence and Vicenza, Italy. With a focus on artistic consulting, branding and project design for jewelry, watches, sunglasses and fashion accessories, his clients are international companies both small and large, from high-end to fashion jewelry. The styles he produces range from exclusive and contemporary to young and fun. He has designed pieces for famous fashion brands such as Versace, Versus, Balmain, Montana, Laura Biagiotti, Valentino and Etro. Since 1998, he has taught at the Arts and Crafts School in Vicenza and has conducted seminars in many parts of the world on the subject. In 2011, Vinci won the Bijoux d'Autore design competition awarded by the Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo (Contemporary Jewelry Association, Italy). Alessandra Possamai is a curator at the Jewellery Museum in Vicenza (Italy) and collaborates regularly with different Italian institutions in the organization of exhibitions on contemporary jewellery. A scholar of Italian Futurism, she was co-curator of the Centenary Futuristic Sculpture and Futurist Exhibition dedicated to the architect Quirino De Giorgio. She has written monographs on contemporary Italian and Veneto region artists, with a particular interest in recovering neglected and damaged cultural assets. A freelance journalist since 2007, she came in 3rd in the Equal Opportunities Commission's National Prize in the Province of Brescia in January 2008 for her article on "Female creativity at the dawn of the 3rd millennium".