Watercolor of a tropical storm hitting an area

Visual journalism using watercolors

Watercolor and text by Frits Ahlefeldt

Photo journalism has largely replaced illustrated journalism over the last fifty years, but could the hand-drawn images be on their way back? Maybe there is room for it now that digital photo-taking is busy exploring new terrain, merging with 3D and 360 degree views, Laser, infra-red, time-lapse, night-vision and other out of the ordinary photo-techniques – making room for journalists to experiment with other forms of visual content Continue reading

Drawing of a dog in front of a computer and another dog on a smartphone

Dogs online and the evolution of the internet

Drawing of a lot of juries, experts and speakers all making themselves heard

Drawing: Lots of experts making themselves heard

Drawing of a circle of trees with their roots meeting in the center

Drawing: A living network of connected trees

Illustration of a man Reading the Newspaper

Monument for a dying art form

Drawing of a man with a bubble as head

Finding the line between imagination, perception, reality and believes

journalist and activist views on saving the planet drawing

illustration about how journalists and activists see things from different sides

Sack race, grown ups

In the future when appearance, updating and winning has to be united

Crystal ball machine

Sketch of a Techno Crystal ball walk-in thing