The art of visual storytelling

January 24, 2011 § 3 Comments

Each era needs its storyteller. From Homer to troubadours, African Griots and today’s storytellers, people love to narrate stories. The art of storytelling evolves with human evolution. From oral tradition to imagery. The beautifully narrated story of Wikipedia’s 10th anniversary reminded us just how difficult is to convey, in an easy and visually compelling way, content and meaning.

Jess3, the creative agency behind Wikipedia’s video, seems to not only know how to make  beautiful images, but also how to create semantic universes, as you can see in the following graph (displaying the thousands of Twitter applications which are available today).

Twitterverse

Or the next one, the Tree of -Blogging- Knowledge:

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