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Graphic Journalism

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Graphic Journalism

Graphic Journalism is where comics and journalism meet. 

It stems from a fondness for words and pictures; it arises from the need to tell stories through your eyes, ears and brain, reaching the heart.

While photography has its own characteristic of portraying the world as it is, drawing is an extraordinary way of representing reality as we feel it.  

While you listen to a character speaking, tone, timing, and volume are pretty straightforward, but it isn’t so when you read a dialogue.


Drawing and writing are the most ancient forms of non-verbal communication; still, they can access our feelings to the core.

In this presentation, we analyze in depth the fundamentals of graphic narration, using common tools like pen and paper combined with new technological devices to create fantastic stories!