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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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Moleskine Livescribe Notebooks transfer ideas from paper to screen

Moleskine Livescribe Notebooks transfer ideas from paper to screen | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Stationery brand Moleskine has created a series of notebooks for use with a Livescribe smartpen to turn notes written on the pages into digital files.

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Paper Type Experiments : Kelli Anderson

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Excited (and anxious) to be speaking at Typo San Francisco this afternoon. I used the talk as an excuse to try out something that I’ve long intended to play with: paper lettering! Many of the text-only slides in my presentation needed some additional attention. So for each one, I came up with a different, semi-legible strategy for making a different type of paper lettering.

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This Awesome Pen Lets You Doodle A Circuit

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Circuit Scribe is a rollerball pen that allows you to draw a circuit directly on paper.

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Iconic Fashion Photography Recreated With Paper Clothes

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Spain-based photographer Iban Montero has created a photography series called Limited Paper that pays homage to the famous fashion portraits by Richard Avedon from decades ago. The unique thing about the fashion portraits is that the dresses and accessories were all made of seamless paper. The paper gowns and headdresses were created by designer and stylist Ane Lopez and giving life to the creations was model Natalia Iturregui. According to Montero they had to be very careful because any type of movement could wrinkle and tear the paper.

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