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Tiananmen Square Still Haunts Photographer Brothers After 25 Years

Tiananmen Square Still Haunts Photographer Brothers After 25 Years | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

David Turnley was in Paris when he got the call. His brother Peter was in Beijing to cover the visit of Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to China but was on the line with different, more exciting news. A small group of students had taken to the streets in protest in Tiananmen Square—and their numbers were swelling.

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Turkey Protest Photo Shows Epic Resemblance To Delacroix Painting (PHOTO)

Turkey Protest Photo Shows Epic Resemblance To Delacroix Painting (PHOTO) | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
When life imitates art: The powerful composition of Eugene Delacroix's landmark painting "Liberty Leading The People" and a photo of protesters in Istanbul went viral on Facebook in Italy on Tuesday based on a striking resemblance. And we have to admit, there's something to it.
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From Kiev to Simferopol by Rafael Yaghobzadeh

From Kiev to Simferopol by Rafael Yaghobzadeh | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

This young journalist is currently on assignment in Crimea for the agency Abaca Press. He’s traveled to the Ukraine three times in 2014. 

In late January, Rafael Yaghobzadeh left at the same time as Benjamin Girette and Arnaud Brunet for Kiev, where they met up with other young photojournalists: Juliette Robert, Corentin Fohlen, Emeric Folhen, Xavier de Torres. Almost all of them got their start during the Arab Spring.

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When Winning An Oscar Means Bankruptcy: VFX Artists Protest The Academy Awards

When Winning An Oscar Means Bankruptcy: VFX Artists Protest The Academy Awards | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Visual effects pros gathered in person at the Oscars and on Twitter to protest the unsustainable model supporting the creation of Hollywood’s most eye-popping films.

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