The Times Olympic Artist - Digital Methods for Location Drawing (2008-2013)

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This Collection comprises a research summary statement and documentation of underpinning research in support of the REF2021 Impact Case Study within the Art and Design: History, Practice and Theory (32), entitled "Reportage Illustration: Changing practices and creating new perspectives through visual journalism".

The collection contains evidence relating to research carried out between 2008 and 2013, covering the Olympic Games in Beijing (2008) and London (2012).

This collection contains:

A Research Statement
A Research Timeline and Research Questions
Evidence of digital images created during the Olympic Games in London (2012)
Evidence of the dissemination of images created during the Olympic Games in London (2012)
Evidence of digital animation created during the Olympic Games in London (2012)
Evidence relating to the exhibition of artwork created during the Olympic Games in London (2012)
Evidence relating to the methods and process of creating artwork during the Olympic Games in London (2012)

All images from the items containing digital artwork images, digital animations, and dissemination of work: © Tim Vyner / Times Newspapers Limited. All rights reserved. Before any use is made of this picture (including display, publication, broadcast or any form of reproduction) permission must be obtained in writing from: NI Syndication, 3 Thomas More Square, London E98 1SY. Tel: 02077117822 www.nisyndication.com

The work is under copyright and may not be used without permission. Use of this repository acknowledges cooperation with its policies and relevant copyright law. All material is used with permission, and no further permission is granted or implied by Bath Spa University for additional use.

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Vyner, Tim (2021): The Times Olympic Artist - Digital Methods for Location Drawing (2008-2013). BathSPAdata. Collection. https://doi.org/10.17870/bathspa.c.5348246.v1
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