Changing Faces

Changing Faces

by George Tscherny (Author)

Synopsis

George Tscherny, a New York - based designer, has spent the last few decades collecting objects that showcase his fascination with paraphernalia that uniquely questions the limitations of art, the boundaries art and popular culture, and, most importantly, explores what it is to be human. Changing Faces is unquestionably exotic, witty, unusual, and a beautiful collection of objects of various media, including masks, cartoons, toys, advertisements, and traditional art - objects that are strange or familiar to everyone - that captures the jigsaw puzzle that is the indescribable multiplicity of the human face. Changing Faces is humourously and comprehensively compiled and designed by the author. Whether intricate works of art, psychological studies, social commentary, or a charming memorabilia of a time gone by, this fully interactive, original anthology of ephemera of the human face is an essential title for the enthusiast of popular culture, design, fine art, and psychology, and anyone with a desire to have a fun look into an essential part of all of us.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 132
Edition: illustrated edition
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Published: 25 Oct 2004

ISBN 10: 1568984804
ISBN 13: 9781568984803

Author Bio
George Tscherny is currently a design consultant at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and is proprietor of George Tscherny, Inc a design firm., in New York City. In 1997 he was inducted into the New York Art Directors Hall of Fame. He lives in New York City.