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What's new in Visual Communication?
Selected news about graphic design, photography, film studies and media & interaction design for CV students at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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Tribute to Pierre de Fenoÿl

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Iconographer, curator, art buyer, founder of the Galerie Rencontre and the Agence Vu (now Viva), Pierre de Fenoÿl was appointed, in 1976, the first director of France’s National Photography Foundation, then  advisor to the Centre Pompidou’s photography department. Pierre was extremely talented. I spent a lot of time with him in the 1970s and early ‘80s. We shared a mentor, Roméo Martinez.

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34 Posters Celebrate Braun Design In The 1960s

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A NEW EXHIBITION IN LONDON INVITED TOP DESIGNERS TO PAY TRIBUTE TO DIETER RAMS'S WORK WITH BRAUN. HERE ARE THE RESULTS.

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Maxine Horn's curator insight, December 11, 2013 8:56 AM

Excellent selection. And good to see source credits now being used within the images both online and offline.

Creative Barcode system does this with additional links through to designers full source credits, IP status and contact details.

 

Our new work to be launched in early 2014 will also be enabling a Skinny version for thumb nails with urls packed full of meaningful and useful Meta Data. 

 

Excited

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Pierre Houlès (1945 - 1986) A Tribute

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Almost 30 years ago a morning in August, the police of the 16th arrondissement discovered the body of a jogger, he had no identification on him and it took three days to found out it was Pierre Houlès. He was 40 years old and was the most flamboyant and charming photographer of his generation. It was him who in the middle 60's open the way to New York for french photographers. It was him who was Jean Paul Goude accomplice, who helped laying out images in the early years. Almost no one today knows Pierre.

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