Tag: illustration

Ethno-graphic collaborations

alex.clegg , March 31st, 2022


Author: Laura Haapio-Kirk During my research in Japan, I became increasingly aware of the importance of visual communication, for example stickers and emoji, for how many of my…


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Illustrating ASSA’s findings with comics – part 5

Georgiana Murariu , October 12th, 2021


By Georgiana Murariu and Laura Haapio-Kirk In this blog post, we present the fifth comic in our ASSA comics series, set in rural Ireland. The comic below highlights…


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Illustrating ASSA’s findings with comics – part 3

Georgiana Murariu , August 18th, 2021


By Georgiana Murariu & Laura Haapio-Kirk In this blog post, we present the third comic in our ASSA comics series – this time set in Lusozi, a neighbourhood…


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Streamline(d) – “Time Served”

William M. Cotter , July 7th, 2018


This post is the beginning of an experiment. Recent ethnoGRAPHIC work like Lissa: A Story about Medical Promise, Friendship, and Revolution by Sherine Hamdy and Coleman Nye, as well…


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Q&A: On Illustration, Collaboration, and Anthropology

Anne , November 15th, 2017


This month, we launch our first graphic novel and the first book in our new ethnoGRAPHIC series, Lissa: A Story about Medical Promise, Friendship, and Revolution. This project…


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Analogue to Digital and Back Again, Part II

colleen , January 27th, 2016


By Kathryn Killackey (Killackey Illustration and Design) This post is part of this month’s analog/digital series and the second post­ discussing my work as an archaeological illustrator in…


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Analog to Digital and Back Again, Part I

colleen , January 21st, 2016


By Kathryn Killackey (Killackey Illustration and Design) Analogue in action. I am an archaeological illustrator and in this post, as part of this month’s analog/digital series, I’d like to…


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