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DUAL ROOM

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Dual Room is a graphic design and photography studio established in 2010 by Emmanuel Crivelli and Cédric Raccio.

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Emmanuel Crivelli and Cédric Raccio are graduate of the Graphic Design Bachelor and Photography at ECAL.

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MoMA: Two Centuries of Studio Photography

MoMA: Two Centuries of Studio Photography | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Bringing together still and moving images, the MoMA exhibition A World of Its Own: Photographic Practices in the Studio explores the use of studio space by photographers and artists beginning in 1826. “In this digital age in which a younger generation of photographers is going back to the studio, I felt it was important to acknowledge the role played by this space in photography’s history,” Quentin Bajac, the first non-American to head the New York museum’s photography department, told Time magazine. (He arrived in January 2013.)

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Studio Newwork (NYC)

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Studio Newwork is a graphic design studio  based in New York, a team of passionate typographic designers with commitment to search for excellence in design. 

Studio Newwork was formed in 2007 by Ryotatsu Tanaka, Ryo Kumazaki and Hitomi Ishigaki in New York. The studio’s process is iterative to deliver the best design solution. In December 2007, the first issue of  Newwork Magazine was published. It’s a large-format art publication for connoisseur of fresh ideas.

  
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John Morgan studio

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Four Corners Familiars is a series of books featuring artists’ responses to classic novels and short stories. They provide a fresh look at the tradition of the illustrated novel, with each artist choosing a text to be reprinted in full alongside their newly created work. Each book is different in style and format, according to the needs of the artwork and the text. Eight titles have now been completed, with more being prepared. 

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Present Perfect (Studio, London)

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Present Perfect is a London based design practice formed in 2011 by Ivan Markovic and Povilas Utovka.

We work on a broad range of projects, focusing on graphic design, art direction and type design.
Our clients include individuals, businesses and cultural organisations.

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bibliotheque interview

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designboom spoke to the founding partners of bibliothèque, tim beard, mason wells and jon jeffrey.

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interview with alexandra jugovic & florian schmitt of Hi-Res!

interview with alexandra jugovic & florian schmitt of Hi-Res! | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Hi-Res! is an award winning design consultancy founded in 1999 by alexandra jugovic and florian schmitt after they moved to london.

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Say What est un studio de design graphique créé en 2011 et basé à Paris. Le studio est dirigé par Benoit Berger et Nathalie Kapagiannidi, diplômés de l'ECV Paris.

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Say What is a graphic design studio founded in 2011 and based in Paris. 

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A studio visit with Thomas Mailaender

A studio visit with Thomas Mailaender | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Do you have your own daily routine within the studio? For example, do you usually start by answering your emails then get to work etc?
Whenever I’ll arrive at my studio, I’ll spend about one hour reading some books to get inspiration. I am not very much into high literature, I mostly go for “do it yourself books” like the great “how to become a professional stuntman in one week” that I just finished. I am also a big reader of stuff like the Guiness books, erotic magazines, hunting or fishing manuals. After this kind of brain food I usually feel like I could be the king of the world and that’s the good moment for me to really start working. The rest of the day never becomes a routine, I try not to repeat things in my professional life. I use that space to shoot personal projects, do sculpture or installation as well as producing some commercial photography as well, like advertisement or industrial product. Every day is a different day.

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Photographs by David Luraschi.

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Mehryl Levisse | Captations photographiques (2013)

Mehryl Levisse | Captations photographiques (2013) | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Mehryl Levisse photographs the body at its most human. Unlike traditional photography, which captures real moments, this young artist produces images from scratch, from his imagination, books, life experiences, family history, music, mythology and many other sources. As opposed to a photographer, Levisse considers his photographs not as something final, but as the trace of something that occurred in the privacy of his studio.

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Film Studies: The Pixar Story

Film Studies: The Pixar Story | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

The Pixar Story (2007) Directed by: Leslie Iwerks One of the best, most powerful animated studios that needs no introduction.

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Cinecittá unlocks the magic of cinema

Cinecittá unlocks the magic of cinema | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Cinema and only cinema can skip thousands of years and take us from Imperial Rome to Romantic times. It also breaks natural limits and shows the depths of sea on board this submarine, used in the World War II movie “U-571.” A compass will prove useless if we want to find those wonderful places: they all belong to Cinecittá studios, the dream factory that never closes. Its 75 years of history can now be enjoyed for the first time.

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