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Supersylv - Killer ft. X-libaty [New Music]

Communication Art’s very own Supersylv has dropped a new track produced by one of Uniuyo’s finest music producer, Asuzu; the track is titled ‘Killer’ and it features X-libaty on it. 32 more words

Music

Jimmy Chin, Steven Lippman, and Art Streiber published in Communication Arts’ 2017 Photography Annual. Walter Iooss and Doug Menuez selected for the short list

Communication Arts’ highly anticipated new Photography Annual is now out, and we’re proud to note that three of our photographers are featured in the book: … 414 more words

Recent Work

Celebrating 40 years of communication arts at Honolulu CC

On May 4 the Honolulu Community College communication arts program celebrated its 40th anniversary and the 2017 senior design students in a special portfolio show entitled Decades. 252 more words

Honolulu Community College

Preventing Fake News is Getting Creative

BY Elizabeth Carlson (’17)

Does the type in the feature image of this post look like hieroglyphics? Find out here about a new typeface to get readers to stop and read items… 509 more words

Marywood University

Image_Hack

BY Elizabeth Carlson (’17)

Advertising agencies go through a lot of image searches when they are coming up with a campaign for a specific brand. Usually agencies use a “stock” website so that they can buy the image and have a license or rights to use that image without copyright problems. 474 more words

Marywood University

Alumni Spotlight: Shalon Corrigan ('14)

BY: Casey Markiewicz (’20)

As the semester comes closer to an end, I was able to get in touch with Shalon Corrigan, an alum from 2014. 449 more words

Marywood University

Let's Talk About Atlanta

BY Elizabeth Carlson (’17)

This week, Adweek has been looking into why Atlanta is becoming the envy of the marketing world. “Adweek is rolling out a wide array of stories about how Atlanta has become a modern Mecca for marketing and media – and how the city’s leaders are continuing to build on that success,” according to the article titled, 535 more words

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