and artists explore the terrain of the imagination
when conceiving the content and design of books. To attract and
engage the reader's attention, artists and designers translate their
ideas into two- and three-dimensional formats, often solving challenging
design problems in the process.
for instance, free artists from a defined page to present events
sequentially. Perspective techniques show the relative distance
and position of objects. Pop-up books create worlds in three dimensions.
Stencil printing (pochoir), chromolithography, photography, woodcuts,
and engravings are among the media employed to effectively display
art in books.