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El Camino de Santiago from a Designer Point of View

On September 2015, I walked a section of the North Trail in the Camino de Santiago in Spain, via Picos de Europa. This photo essay is about my designer’ gaze on graphical messaging found on the way. Including the iconic shell of Santiago.

The power of storytelling through images. Each has its own story – from the one who did it, from the reader, and now, from new stories that you can imagine by gazing them in this photo essay.

If you are interested about El Camino you might want to read O’Neill’s story at 80 Grados blog.

Photos credits: O’Neill and Dorna Pesquera.

 

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About the author

Dr. Maria de Mater O'Neill

Twenty-five years of experience in art and design education. Award winning painter and designer. Author of Practice-Based Doctoral research “Developing Methods of Resilience for Design Practice”, a design model to improve real time resilience thinking for designers under stressors. She is a Fulbright Specialist Roster candidate.

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