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By using visual storytelling as a tool, designers communicate events and opinions in a way that stands out from the continuous stream of images we encounter everyday. As there is always more than one side to a story, there are different perspectives from which the visual storyteller can work. By exploring various perspectives designers show the influence they have on a society dominated by images. The projects in this book display how a socially relevant attitude combined with these various perspectives on storytelling extend the designers role to: Journalist / Scientist / Agitator / Poet.

Category: Design, Graphic Design
Binding: Map.
Pages: 64 pp.
Publisher: The Eriskay Connection.
Year: 2013
Publication Place: Breda,
ISBN: 9789490888022
Book Id: 94707

Price: $29.00
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