Where There is No Artist
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About "Where There is No Artist"
"A picture paints a thousand words," as the saying goes, and visual aids can provide information, provoke discussion and discovery, and make difficult ideas easy to understand. They can also improve the accessibility of a book or a poster simply by making it look more interesting. The book contains more than 400 drawings relating to a wide range of educational and health issues, along with advice on copying, enlarging and otherwise changing the illustrations without using special equipment to make themappropriate to a particular situation. There is also advice on pre-testing materials, to make sure their message will be understood by the intended audience.
Meet the Author
Petra Rohr-Rouendaal has worked as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator for thirty-five years. She has illustrated more than twenty children's books and countless educational books for developing countries, and has lived and worked in Southern Africa for fourteen years. She is a member of Health Images, a charity organization that facilitates visual aids production workshops in developing countries. She is also a painter whose work sells worldwide.