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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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Newly discovered studio of the week! Introducing Studio-Set

Newly discovered studio of the week! Introducing Studio-Set | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Jasio Stefanski and Lauren Thorson are Studio-Set – a creative duo who have been working together since 2012, and who now have a host of commissioned and self-initiated projects to their name. They’ve made work for the LA Art Book Fair, a Polish Film Festival in New York and a Museum of the Portuguese Language in São Paulo, and each time they switch up their style, darting from brightly coloured printed posters to animated GIFs, with some happy book design thrown in for good measure. They might still be working out in which of these styles they’re happiest, but for the time being we’re glad to be able to revel in all three, and to give credit where credit is due to the studio’s flexibility.

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Warsaw: doc! photo magazine

Warsaw: doc! photo magazine | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it
The eleventh issue of doc! photo magazine is now available. Every month, this Polish magazine publishes eight portfolios of international photographers and an interview with a personality from the photo world.
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Wrecked World

Wrecked World | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Polish photographer Tomasz Zaczeniuk offers us a series of impressive pictures called Wrecked World.

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Polish Film Institute Opens Industry To New Filmmakers

Polish Film Institute Opens Industry To New Filmmakers | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Most Poles agree that their national cinema has been rejuvenated and the credit should go, in part, to the Polish Film Institute. Since it was launched in 2005, the number of film produced has grown to more than 40 a year, thanks to a national production fund totaling $28 million a year, and a network of 11 regional funds.

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