Packed with beautiful Art Nouveau designs - flowers and leaves, birds and animals, figures, borders and frames ... and more.
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Penny Brown is an artist and a former theater set designer. Her articles have appeared in "Card Making & Papercraft "and" Cross-Stitch Crazy."Review:
Dec 12 Art Nouveau Designs and Art Deco Designs: Both these books, published as part of Search Press's Design Library, feature new designs relating to the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. There is a good variety of designs here. In Art Deco, these include figures, animals and floral motifs. Quite a few of the designs were bold, there were some iconic Art Deco designs, and a good number would translate well to textile design. Art Nouveau Flowers also held a variety of styles, with several suitable for creating stencils. I could also see sections that would be striking (leaves for example), and the borders had some bold shapes that could be developed further. If either of these periods appeals to you in terms of the work you do, then they would be a useful addition to your library. Workshop On The Web April 12 Looking for an inexpensive design source book? Here is the first in a new series, each one also containing a CD ROM featuring all the motifs in both .jpeg and .tiff format. This first entry features a hundred original art nouveau designs. These books are just so useful and easy to use. The first page has a thumbnail sketch of the art nouveau movement, and the rest is the designs themselves. No words are needed, just a line drawing or two on each page to fire your imagination. You can find borders, frames and motifs covering all the themes expected from this movement. There are ladies with flowing tresses, stylized writhing vegetation and flowers, bugs, butterflies and birds and mythical beasties galore. These are not copyright free, but the small print at the back permits you to use up to fifteen of the drawings on a single project; it is only courtesy to quote where they came from. What sort of projects you use them on it up to you, but even a quick flick through a book like this usually gets me grabbing a pad of paper and a pencil. I can't wait to see the rest of the titles in this new series. Myshelf.com June 12 ...a rich source for applique and embroidery. Patchwork & Quilting
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