Coney Island postcard

Author: Acacia Card Co.
Year: 1910 Edit Add
Book: Remediation

This dual role has a history in popular graphic design, as postcard of Coney Island from the early twentieth-century shows (fig.1.14). Today as in the past, designers of hypermediated forms ask us to take pleasure in the act of mediation, and even our popular culture does take pleasure. Some hypermediated art has been and remains an elite taste, but the elaborate stage productions of many rock stars are among many examples of hypermediated events that appeal to millions.

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Info: Greetings From Coney Island
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