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The World of Man Through the Eyes of a Mermaid in the Tale of G.H. Andersen "The Little Mermaid"

Student: Yulia Martynova

Supervisor: Uliana Aristova

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Design (Master)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2021

Each person adheres to a certain culture, religion, worldview, and stands out for his individuality. Modern society is rapidly developing all over the world, but, unfortunately, it cannot do without conflict situations. Harmonization of society lies in the diversity of individuals, respect and acceptance of another person. Based on visual research, the topic of which is devoted to pictorial photography and the development of its optics, illustrations have been created using optical effects in photography. "The World of Man Through the Eyes of a Mermaid" is a series of graphic works based on the tale of G.Kh. Andersen on tolerance. The aim of the project is to demonstrate to the viewer a special vision of the world through the eyes of a marine life. The graphic works are designed in a book sewn in the La-Purela technique. The book includes: a corrugated cardboard cover; the basis of the book made of cardboard and binding material; 10 printed impressions made using the cyanotype technique, and an additional edition of sheets for the exhibition format.

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