Visual Clichés: Handshake Pictures

Created: Wednesday, December 30, 2020, posted by at 5:21 pm

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One of the most clichéd pictures you will find within presentation slides, web sites, and even billboard banners is that of the handshake! There are all sorts of handshake pictures, from those shaking hands between opposite genders to those of handshakes between people of different races and ages. And yet they all seem clichéd! Why is that so?

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Visual Clichés: Handshake Pictures

Handshake Pictures

Tutorial Code: 09 13 02
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