"This is truly the rebirth of a classic in its field. Originally published in 1957, Thinking With A Pencil was one of the very first books to attempt to break through the conceptual barriers between words and images, anticipating many ideas we are just now coming to understand about thinking and creativity. As originally presented it is a book aimed at those who wish to use drawing as a tool for thought and communication. It explains how to draw for those who want to use it for that purpose (although it would not claim to be a comprehensive text) but the real value is in the fresh techniques of using illustration as a thinking tool and as a means of organizing and presenting ideas. In all there are 692 illustrations throughout the book."
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Book Description Barnes & Noble Inc., 1964. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 389003034