Friday, July 27, 2007
When you're assistent of a teacher there's no better thing than meeting gifted students.
Giuseppe is one of those guy that shows he understands good lessons and he's able to go forward.
He's just created a new blog about graphic design and creativity. And this summer he's doing something like a citizen journalist in London.
Two great reasons to check this out, expecially if you speak italian.
Giuseppe, this is lesson #2: start writin' in english too!!
Il bello di fare gli assistenti è la conoscenza di studenti svegli. Qualcuno potrebbe aggiungere alla lista anche le studentesse carine, ma io non voglio dare adito a dubbi circa la mia serissima professionalità (la mia ragazza graffia, please! ;)
Giuseppe fa parte di quella lista (quella degli studenti svegli, of course...) ed è con orgoglio che vi presento il suo nuovo blog.
Il suo è un occhio sempre alla ricerca di novità nell'ambito del graphic design e della creatività. Se in più ci aggiungete il fatto che sta passando le vacanze a Londra, raccontando in diretta il meglio dei nuovi trend britannici... beh...
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Monday, July 23, 2007
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Wednesday, July 04, 2007
What am I talking about?
It’s P-HPC, “Post-Human Processing Center”, by Ausonia.
What makes P-HPC so special? It’s simple. The complete design of the opera is studied as a great imaginative mix of drawings and photos, all modified, painted or cutted with digital support.
The story could look a little blade-runnerish, but this time we’ve got no heros, no extreme actions and possibly no future. The protagonist is Uto, a young student who goes in search for his lover, discovering that she made a final choice. She decided to apply in P-HPC and agreed to be transformed in an industrial machine. Uto, totally despaired, follow the same path, in order to understand why she left him.
The whole story is an astonishing, slow and intimately evolution of the young Uto. It’s not easy to become a machine, not painless, not fast.
Pay attention, because the ending could shatter you…
All the graphic approach goes beyond imagination, bringing to comics what you’ve probably seen in cinema, photography or art.
I think it can be considered as a new step to make comics go beyond tradition and enlarge the chance of expression.
Check Ausonia’s blog to know more