Using imagery found from a picture library, I compiled images from special effects scenes in film during the 1960's. What was so compelling about these images what there graphic nature, a scene of hundreds of dead bodies lying in the middle of the street, and the only indication that the bodies are extras was a little post-it note on the back telling me so. It became this weird trust relationship forming between type and image, and what kind of story can form without the proper context. 
          This Newspaper explores the misleading stories our brain can form when we don't, in fact, know the whole story. 

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