Miss Marisa’s ‘Medium is the messagge’ Magnum In Motion. Costantine Manos: American Color.

Buon Giorno a tutti, this is Miss Marisa from sunny and fresh spring -primavera- in Rome. It’s always fantatic Paris, as Miss miranda shown us and I can see there’s a lot of spanish life in Stockholm as Miss lopez show , now when I think about Stockholm I just want to go out with Miss Lopez…maybe some day.
Coming back to my post:  The medium is the message is a phrase as you know, not mine -unfortunately- but  coined by Marshall McLuhan meaning that the form of a medium embeds itself in the message, creating a symbiotic relationship by which the medium influences how the message is perceived. In this series of post we’re going to look for new messages taken to us through all media.
Today we see Costantine Mano’s photographerAmerican color in Magnum In Motion.
Magnum Photos is a cooperative photography agency with offices in London, Paris, Tokyo and New York, founded in 1947 by Henri Cartier Bresson.
Magnum In Motion, co-founded in 2004 by Claudine Boeglin, is a multimedia offshoot of Magnum Photos, based in New York City. In Motion assembles interactive photo essays, podcasts and other formats for digital media, that draw upon the archives of Magnum photographers. The essays reflect themes of Magnum’s photography: war, poverty, human development, and artistic identity. The essays have been featured by the popular U.S. News Magazine Slate and several other media outlets around the world. The  stories are produced by a team of video and sound editors, musicians, visual artists, and journalists. Magnum In Motion is a library of more than 100 short web documentaries available for syndication and screenings if you love photography and edition you’ll enjoy  Magnum In Motions works,   few minutes of pure art.
Costantine Manos was born in south Carolina to greek immigrant parents, he worked for ‘Squire’, ‘Life’ and ‘Look’ magazines in 1963 he joined Magnum. American Color portfolio is one of  Manos celeb series. This is his site:
Keep inspired in color and feelgood womanhood!!  Viva la Vita bella!!!  Ciao-ciao.