Capture the moment
During my first experiences with digital drawing techniques, I was particularly taken with the Atmograms, which I copied from our great colleague Stefan Böker. Actually a form of sketchnoting, they often develop a momentum of their own and almost rise to small, independent works of art.
My island pictures and status-quo-templates are admittedly influenced by my many years of work as a caricaturist. Irony, subtlety and wit also give our brain impulses that let it drift out of the usual thought structures and make new things possible.
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Using posters to visualize complex topics or processes is an ideal way to facilitate clarity. Tips for what to pay attention to when preparing a visual presentation.
By combining different elements of visual vocabulary, you can develop your own visual language. If you take a playful approach to this, you will often come up with unusual visual translations of the topic under discussion.
In this short tutorial, we will show you how to “bicabloize” your own image motifs – i.e. reduce them to their essentials – using the bikablo technique for visualization.