The Sad Story of Illustration on the Web

Khoi Vinh has authored a very poignant article over at www.subtraction.com
Calling attention to and analyzing the glaring absence of illustrations accompanying web content in favour of generic and often obtuse stock photos.

Please read the comments as well, there is a really fantastic and insightful discussion underway.

The Sad Story of Illustration on the Web

-CS

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April 5, 2012 at 9:24 am

Great article, raising many valid points and the sad truth is undeniable.
I have written an article that explores some wider points about the power of illustration on the web, which people may find interesting. All opinions gladly received!

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The Sad Story of Illustration on the Web

Khoi Vinh has authored a very poignant article over at www.subtraction.com
Calling attention to and analyzing the glaring absence of illustrations accompanying web content in favour of generic and often obtuse stock photos.

Please read the comments as well, there is a really fantastic and insightful discussion underway.

The Sad Story of Illustration on the Web

-CS

1 Comment

Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.

Mish_LiquidLightreply
April 5, 2012 at 9:24 am

Great article, raising many valid points and the sad truth is undeniable.
I have written an article that explores some wider points about the power of illustration on the web, which people may find interesting. All opinions gladly received!

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