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Written materials have been preserved and passed on from generations to tell account of past that people have forgotten. It serves either as leisure or educational reading to most people. Paintings that revered patriotism have been done by many artists, famous and infamous alike. They are either depicted in one or two colors that depict its simplicity at same time, bleak reality of what world used to be. With creation of more colors, these paintings were given life and dramatic effect that made images come to life. Paintings were seen in a new perspective when it was adapted not only in posters, but in clothes, trucks, billboards and any material that can be printed on. Next came, digitally enhanced films that gave filmmaking a new life. Pictures were enhanced to produce striking images that produces deep awakenings to a person. Adapting concept of patriotism on internet became “in” thing. Companies took it into their logo designs, dramatic captions and related it into contents. As was in past, patriotism tends to stir something in deepest emotion of people.
What better way to make people sit back and take it all in than have their past relived before their very eyes? Because bringing patriotism into prints not only refreshes ones legacy, it also makes questions of future easy to fathom.
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Florie Lyn Masarate got her first article printed in the school newsletter in the third grade. Her hobbies include reading any book she can get her hands on.