Intervention on digital printers: a graphic design method
Türkmen, Doruk (2014) Intervention on digital printers: a graphic design method. [Thesis]
Print culture has become a mere representation of computer data. With practical solutions digital printing has brought, appreciation of printed matter and visual aesthetics lost their emphasis. While those practical solutions are useful, a lot of opportunities the digital printing could have offered were being missed out. This distant relationship between printed material and graphic design will be investigated in this thesis. In this experiment, opportunities that digital printing offers will be explored with the emphasis on graphic design process. Methods used in an older experiment, titled Control Print, on print culture and human hand in digital printing will be evaluated. The experiment’s main objective is to explore creative, unique and chance based possibilities of digital printing by modifications and interventions on ink and paper, and to find out if the outcomes can become a graphic design methodology.
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