This book takes an extensive look at the recent change in the perception of how a computer can be used in a graphic-design/illustration process. Today, there seems to be a consensus for using the computer as a tool, instead of as the main instrument for creating graphics and art. Mid-Fi, which includes a companion DVD, explores this hybrid crafts-based approach to modern technology, and the new forms of expression it brings. The selected work in this book is not necessarily resisting the seduction of new technology, but rather mixing the best of two worlds: lo-fi and hi-fi.
Hardcover. 264 pages. Includes DVD.