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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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iPhoneArt Launches Kickstarter to Make Daguerrotype and Ambrotype Prints Available to All

iPhoneArt Launches Kickstarter to Make Daguerrotype and Ambrotype Prints Available to All | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Have you ever dreamed of having your iPhone photos printed as Daguerrotypes or Ambrotypes? Neither have we. But apparently iPhoneArt sees a market for that, which is why they’re launching a Kickstarter campaign so they can bring affordable Daguerrotype and Ambrotype prints to everyone. Using special printing processes, the Daguerrotypes will be executed on specially coated mirrors, while the Ambrotypes will be executed on glass. This way, iPhoneArt aims to give vintage-looking mobile photography a physical form.

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LOST UTOPIAS: Photographer Jade Doskow's Kickstarter Campaign

LOST UTOPIAS: Photographer Jade Doskow's Kickstarter Campaign | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Since 2007, Jade Doskow has been photographing the remains of World’s Fair Sites: once iconic spots that displayed the ambitions/ideals of their eras, now, often forgotten and left to decay. Now, for the 50th anniversary of the 1964 World’s Fair in New York (in just a few weeks time), Doskow has a new goal: to shoot all the iconic North American fair sites – from Seattle’s Space Needle to San Francisco’s Treasure Island. To do so, she’s launched a Kickstarter campaign: LOST UTOPIAS. See more of Doskow’s stunning images, and find out how to support her Kickstarter campaign, after the break…

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Kodak City

Kodak City | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
Le livre KODAK CITY constitue un glaçant témoignage des lourdes répercussions que subit la ville industrielle de Rochester (NY), face au brusque déclin de la pellicule film lié à l’essor du numérique.
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