- I’m writing a paper on the resurgence of handmade, or elements of it, in graphic design [in contrast to digital design] and know what ‘analog’ loosely means, but couldn’t explain it if someone were to ask me and am not confident on the term. How does it relate to ‘handmade’ or elements of it, and in what ways is it different?
Does ‘analog’ refer to print design, or the process of hands-on techniques whilst designing? (i.e. die-cut, handdrawn elements, cutting/tearing, traditional media)
- Side note: Any resources that may be of interest on the handmade ‘revival’ in graphic design (not just typography) and the mix of digital/handcrafted elements in present day design would be welcome too! I have researched and researched and am going in circles a bit now.
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