Appleton's American Indian Designs
This collection includes indian designs representing men, gods, and other subjects used to adorn pottery, blankets and other artifacts. 755 Permission-Free Designs.
The most original and most powerful design art produced in the Western Hemisphere is also its most indigenous. Varying from region by region, and often tribe by tribe, the art of the Native American is always vigorously distinctive. This collection includes a profusion of Indian designs representing flora, fauna, clan symbols, men, gods, and other subjects that were used to adorn pottery, blankets, masks, weapons, and other artifacts. Included in a set that depicts designs of the Inca, Maya, Aztec, Hopi, Apache, Blackfoot, Cheyenne, Haida, and other tribes are: *One CD_ROM containing 755 high-quality, permission-free images scanned at 600 dpi and saved in six different formats (TIFF,PICT,EPS,BMP, as well as Internet-ready JPEG and GIF) * A large-format 80 page book with every image on the CD_ROM printed large and clearly for easy reference. An abundant source of timeless design ideas for craft workers, this collection also offers a wealth of material that can be adapted directly to the needs of graphic artists. Everyone interested in Native American culture will find this CD_ROM and book set unique. Original Dover (2003) publication. One CD-ROM and paperbound book. 755 designs. 80pp.81/4 x 11. Free Dover Pictorial Archive and Clip Art Catalog (59062-3) available upon request.
|Size||8.25" x 11"|
|Author||H Appleton, Le Roy|
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