As a guide to the visuality of writing, this visual essay aims to encourage those writing in Art & Design to recognize that as much as they communicate through the content of written forms, those also have a visual dimension that writers can use with various effects. And that an abstract does not have to take a written form.
- Picture Essay
- Textual Graphics
- Visual Knowledge
- Non-verbal argument
- found-image writing
- Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel 'Introductory Lectures on Aesthetics'
- Aby Warburg 'Mnemosyne Atlas'
- John Berger 'Ways of Seeing'