The Status of Writer Illustrators (Autorstrator) in the Position of a Writer and Illustrator in Postmodern Illustration Books
Keywords:the illustrator a poet, a philosopher, a historian, narrator, designer or a semiotician
AbstractPostmodern illustrators are looking for differences. This distinction means attention to social state, gender, race, nationality, nature, geographical zone and etc. It should be noted that when postmodernism emerged in the fields of art, critics or addressees adjusted themselves with that and they took different interpretations for granted. The main goal of postmodern tendency could be “making clarification and opening doors to the facts created by ourselves”. Most contemporary researchers and critics and all postmodern critics believe that any given artistic work has been created by a great number of artists so that the addressees can make different interpretations. In applied illustration art, which is in debt of late postmodern approaches, a type of illustrated products in the form of books entitled postmodern graphical novel should be a masterpiece. The complicated approach in creating single narrative frames, on the one hand, and the relationship between these frames, on the other, is the core points of discussions in the perspective of graphic novel or compiled illustration. One of the most significant features of producing a postmodern work for children can be the creator of that work i.e. the writer illustrator. In this line, the state of this writer-illustrator has been questioned.
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Agah, M. M. (2018). The Status of Writer Illustrators (Autorstrator) in the Position of a Writer and Illustrator in Postmodern Illustration Books. European Journal of Language and Literature, 4(2), 36–42. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejls.v4i3.p36-42
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