neosurrealism

ne·o·sur·real·ism

or ne·o-sur·real·ism  (nē′ō-sə-rē′ə-lĭz′əm)
n.
A revival of surrealism mixed with pop art in the late 1970s and the 1980s, marked by an attempt to illustrate the bizarre imagery of dreams or the subconscious mind in painting and photography.

ne′o·sur·re′al·ist n.
ne′o·sur·re·al·is′tic adj.
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Covering abstract, retro art, illustration, photo manipulation, lighting effects, vector art and neosurrealism, each chapter provides an explanation of the design style and underlying theory, full color example graphics, discussions with design professionals, and step by step-by-step instructions for accomplishing similar results with popular graphics software applications.
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