Occasionally, while browsing the internet, you stumble across a little bit of artwork that stops you in your tracks. Artwork so brilliantly created, so beautifully crafted, and artwork which tells a story in a range of different ways. Hailing from the Polish town of Szczecin, artist & illustrator, Pawel Kuczynski has created some of the most brilliant works of art that I’ve seen in quite some time.
Regardless of your political views and whether each image conveys a message you believe in, the artwork used to tell the story and the abstract ideas brought to life with his illustration is nothing short of magnificent. I’ve included some of the pieces I’ve found most interesting and thought-provoking.
If you haven’t seen it yet, check out his work and website below:
Pawel’s website »
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In this course, students will be exposed to digital video and audio editing techniques, audio-video compositing, video documentation, time-based documentary production, and fundamentals in digital video production. In studio students will gone through guided explorative and experiment in different disciplines techniques such as video installation, video art, mobile video, projection technology, and podcasting techniques.. The course will be delivered in lecture, tutorial and studio mode. The evaluation methods include assignments, consultation, group projects, presentation and exhibition.
Course Learning Ourcomes (CLO)
At the end of this course, students are able to:
- Demonstrate the concepts and elements of exploration in video production (C4)
- Manipulate visual and content exploration in documentary video production (P5)
- Propose and perform video exploration in different disciplines in groups (A5, TS4, CT5)
- Mr.Mohammad Syukran bin Kamal Ruzzaman (MSK) – Coordinator
- Dr Arief Datoem (AD)