About ekphrasis

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ekphrasis: “the graphic, often dramatic description of a visual work of art. In ancient times it referred to a description of any thing, person, or experience. The word comes from the Greek ek and phrasis, ‘out’ and ’speak’ respectively, verb ekphrazein, to proclaim or call an inanimate object by name.”

This is a blog about the visual, where two graphic designers (Katie Rose and Dennis James) ask the big questions about the design—man-made and not—of the world around them.

Read on, but more importantly, see on.

One Response to “About ekphrasis”

  1. Harvey Sadow says:

    1) I miss your point of view. Don’t stop writing.
    2) Relative to your statement about it being impossible to not have a point of view, I take exception. It is easy to not have a point of view if you are not looking. I’m glad that you are!

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