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VE: Powers of Ten

Powers of Ten is the famous short film by Charles and Ray Eames. I would be remiss if I did not mention this film, one of the original visual essays. … Continue reading

February 26, 2015 · Leave a comment

Visual Essays are Accessible

One of the 3 tenets of visual essays is accessibility. I was reminded why when reading Nicholas Kristof’s op-ed column in the New York Times. His article, Professors, We Need … Continue reading

March 11, 2014 · 2 Comments

VE: This is Not a Conspiracy Theory

Starting with this post, 3/21 will be more vigorous with featuring visual essays found around the web. Any post title beginning with “VE” (Visal Essays) is an indication that this … Continue reading

February 15, 2014 · Leave a comment

Experiencing Longforms

A complaint we hear time and time again in this modern, digital age is that attention spans are obnoxiously short. Everything is consumed in bite-sized chunks and as quickly as … Continue reading

December 13, 2013 · 4 Comments

Recent Visual Essays – Summer 2013

It seems visual essays are picking up steam! The New York Times debuted earlier this month the first of a monthly series based on their column, Modern Love. Titled “Modern … Continue reading

August 17, 2013 · 2 Comments

Visual Essays

If you read books often, you may have noticed an emerging genre called creative nonfiction. “Although it sounds a bit affected and presumptuous, “creative nonfiction” precisely describes what the form … Continue reading

June 18, 2012 · 5 Comments
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