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Drawing Attention: Architecture in the Age of Social Media

Author/EditorShaikh, Hamza (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781914124389
Pub Date01/03/2023
BindingPaperback
Pages232
Dimensions (mm)250(h) * 210(w)
You have an idea that may be revolutionary, and someone somewhere needs to see it. With technical tips and concept inspiration, this is your guide to drawing their attention.
$38.04
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How did you do that drawing? What software did you use? What's your process?



You may have found yourself asking these questions about a striking architectural drawing.



In recent years, social media has become a primary source of expression for architects and designers, yet there isn't always the means to find out how their works became reality.



Giving you a peek behind the illustrative curtain, this book demystifies the process and technique that created some of the most outstanding drawings in your feed.



Offering lessons that many universities don't teach, it's an essential guide for architecture students and designers, featuring profiles from highly regarded illustrators, thinkers, and emerging architectural influencers.



Covering a mix of styles, concepts and mediums, it gives a detailed breakdown of a diverse range of drawing processes alongside technical tips and concept inspirations.



Whether you're a flourishing student or established professional:



This is your guide to drawing attention.

How did you do that drawing? What software did you use? What's your process?



You may have found yourself asking these questions about a striking architectural drawing.



In recent years, social media has become a primary source of expression for architects and designers, yet there isn't always the means to find out how their works became reality.



Giving you a peek behind the illustrative curtain, this book demystifies the process and technique that created some of the most outstanding drawings in your feed.



Offering lessons that many universities don't teach, it's an essential guide for architecture students and designers, featuring profiles from highly regarded illustrators, thinkers, and emerging architectural influencers.



Covering a mix of styles, concepts and mediums, it gives a detailed breakdown of a diverse range of drawing processes alongside technical tips and concept inspirations.



Whether you're a flourishing student or established professional:



This is your guide to drawing attention.

Hamza Shaikh (@hamzashaikh.design) is an Architectural Designer at Gensler, and host/producer of the Two Worlds Design podcast. Having been active in the niche of architectural illustration on Instagram, he gained a large following over the past five years. He created and launched Two Worlds Design, a podcast series exploring the multidisciplinary potential of architecture. He films/records with highly acclaimed professionals in the design world and wider to understand the inner workings of the profession. In 2019, he produced and hosted the first-ever 'Architecture Creatives Q&A' session live on Instagram with many emerging influencers and illustrators where they collectively answered many audience questions relating to architecture drawing and Instagram brand-creation.

Introduction: Architectural Drawing in the Age of Social Media by Hamza Shaikh 01. Drawing Parallels - Architecture Representation, Then & Now by Hamza Shaikh 02. Instagram as Interface - The New Picture Plane by Perry Kulper 03. DRAWING PROFILE #1: Hamza Shaikh / Vector Sketch 04. DRAWING PROFILE #2: Bea Martin / Machinic Assemblies 05. DRAWING PROFILE #3: Eric Wong / Creating Worlds 06. Sketch Like an Architect by David Drazil 07. DRAWING PROFILE #4: Yvette Earl / Street Illustrations 08. DRAWING PROFILE #5: Bryan Cantley / Line Politics 09. DRAWING PROFILE #6: Malavika Madhuraj / Digital Art 10. The Basics of Healthy Productivity by Sana Tabassum 11. DRAWING PROFILE #7: Saul Kim / Architecture Anomalies 12. DRAWING PROFILE #8: Ana Aragao / Mega Drawings 13. DRAWING PROFILE #9: Salmaan Mohamed / Drawing is Design 14. Multimedia Representation by Thomas Rowntree 15. DRAWING PROFILE #10: Perry Kulper / Analog Art 16. DRAWING PROFILE #11: Alex SYH / Isometric Insanity 17. DRAWING PROFILE #12: Veronika Ikonnikova / Ink & iPad 18. Line Ideation by Fraser Morrison 19. DRAWING PROFILE #13: Ehab Alhariri / Procreative 20. DRAWING PROFILE #14: Clement Luk Laurencio / Pencil & Eraser 21. DRAWING PROFILE #15: Zain Al-Sharaf Wahbeh / Art is Artefact 22. Observational Sketch by Hammad Haider 23. DRAWING PROFILE #16: Karina Armanda / The Ghibli Effect 24. DRAWING PROFILE #17: Pauline Personeni / Paper Narratives 25. DRAWING PROFILE #18: Neil Spiller / Non-chronology 26. Capturing Culture by Areesha Khalid 27. Drawing on the Future by Hamza Shaikh

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