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Selected news about graphic design, photography, film studies and media & interaction design for CV students at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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The Amazing Photographs of South Korean Photographer Dongwook-Lee

The Amazing Photographs of South Korean Photographer Dongwook-Lee | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

“My work,” says Dongwook Lee, “implicitly shows the long history of an internal combat, and of a journey to find man’s raison d’être, and the meaning of mankind.”

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Japanese Schoolgirls Perform Superhuman Energy Attacks

Japanese Schoolgirls Perform Superhuman Energy Attacks | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

There is a massive internet photo trend brewing amongst youths in Japan right now that involves taking pictures of teens who appear to be releasing invisible energy that sends their peers flying. The photo mania is especially popular amongst schoolgirls who started the trend by uploading images on Twitter and labeling them as "Makankosappo", a reference to a special attack in the popular manga-turned-anime Dragon Ball series.

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Eike Von Stuckenbrok - The Beauty of a Dyslexic Mind

Most kids dream of running away to join the circus—Eike von Stuckenbrok actually did. More on theavantgardediaries.com

Nietzsche once said, “Those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music."

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Abstract Photographs Of Nude Human Bodies In Motion

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Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama explores body movements through photography. Each image of abstract flesh-colored shapes are not long-exposure shots, rather composite images created by combining ten thousand photographs of the dancer—in turn showing the movement of the dancer.
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