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Y&R grow animal beards for schick's free your skin campaign

Y&R grow animal beards for schick's free your skin campaign | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

for their latest advertising campaign, they've teamed up with Y&R new zealand to create a humorous and bizarre series featuring three men with animal beards.

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An Artist Imagines the Techno-Evolved Creatures of the Future

An Artist Imagines the Techno-Evolved Creatures of the Future | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Vincent Fournier has seen the future of evolution, in which humans design animals for their own uses.

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The petting zoo full of ROBOTS: Cyborg animals with light-up tentacles have 'personalities' that react to touch

The petting zoo full of ROBOTS: Cyborg animals with light-up tentacles have 'personalities' that react to touch | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

A petting zoo featuring light-up 'cyborg creatures' instead of the usual rabbits and miniature goats has opened in France.

The robotic animals have bright, flexible tentacles and react when touched, much like a living animal, as each arm has features and 'personalities' that change according to the activity of visitors.

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Long-exposure photographs of fireflies create magical forest scenes

Long-exposure photographs of fireflies create magical forest scenes | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Photographer Yume Cyan has been recasting the fireflies around Nagoya City, Japan, as fairy lights in a series of long-exposure photos. The momentary flashing of each bug becomes part of a bioluminescent trail it winds through the trees.

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L E N S C R A T C H: DM Witman

L E N S C R A T C H: DM Witman | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

I met DM (Deanna) Witman at PhotoNOLA, where she shared her pinhole work, which went on to  be celebrated in SHOTS Magazine and the Plates to Pixels Exhibition. At the end of our review, she pulled out some new work that I found completely engaging, photographs that were created with a little help from her friends...
For her project, Genesis, Deanna uses photographic processes and random gestures or movements made byslugs as they navigate across the paper, in slow determined paths.  The results are heavenly markings that reflect time, movement, and things left behind.

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Majestic marvels of nature: Stunning photographs capture the dramatic landscapes and beautiful animals of Northern Europe

Majestic marvels of nature: Stunning photographs capture the dramatic landscapes and beautiful animals of Northern Europe | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

British photographer Danny Green's first book 'The Long Journey North' explores these varied and heart-stoppingly beautiful landscapes - along with the creatures that call them home.

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How one photographer's foolishness is saving endangered wildlife

How one photographer's foolishness is saving endangered wildlife | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Morgan Heim is a talented conservation photographer whose work I have admired for several years, and whose joyful, generous personality I admired from the moment I first talked with her. It takes a particularly optimistic, driven person to become a conservation photographer, and throwing in a bit of deliberate naïveté always helps to get projects on the right track (or at least, going forward in the right direction). Heim certainly has those characteristics.

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Wet Dog Photographs from Sophie Gamand

Wet Dog Photographs from Sophie Gamand | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Originally from near Lyon, France, Sophie Gamand has brought her passion for pet photography to New York City. There, she has been “exploring the human through dog photography” and working to bring respect to pet photography as an art form. On both fronts she is making progress, giving insight into the unique bond between humans and animals, and doing it with a polished, professional touch.

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Sophie Mei Dalby, lauréate des Nuits Photographiques 2013

Sophie Mei Dalby, lauréate des Nuits Photographiques 2013 | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

La photographe française Sophie Mei Dalby (diplômée de l'école cantonale d'art de Lausanne, Ecal) remporte cette année le Prix du jury des Nuits Photographiques 2013. Son film d'une durée de 7 minutes Reburrus (du latin « hérissé ») prend la forme d'un bestiaire contemporain.

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Photographer Captures Her Daughter's Special Bond with Wild Animals

Photographer Captures Her Daughter's Special Bond with Wild Animals | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Some photographers make a name for themselves by creating portraits of children, while others create similar images of wild animals. Photographer Robin Schwartz does both — at the same time.

Since 2002, Schwartz has been photographing her daughter Amelia while the young girl interacts with all kinds of creatures in the animal kingdom. Subjects have included everything from dogs and cats to monkeys, kangaroos, and elephants.

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Those Snake Photographs Are Amazing, Price Was A Black Mamba Bite

Those Snake Photographs Are Amazing, Price Was A Black Mamba Bite | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
Photographer Mark Laita was shooting snakes for his book, Serpentine. And marvelous photographs indeed. They are shot against black background and really bring out the shape, color and texture of those awe inspiring ...
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Almost human: Photographer's intimate studio portraits that show wild creatures making unnervingly similar gestures to us

Almost human: Photographer's intimate studio portraits that show wild creatures making unnervingly similar gestures to us | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
UK-based photographer Tim Flach's latest project, titled More Than Human, consists of intimate studio portraits of various wild animals, from various monkeys and apes to specially-bred featherless chickens.
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