wild art
 n.— «This is when photojournalists rely heavily on something called “features,” which document a slice of life in a very particular way. Features are one of those terms best described as “you recognise one when you see it.” Americans call it “wild art,” but the best description I’ve heard is from photojournalism guru Kenneth Kobré, who refers to it as “visual dessert.”» —“Summer is on us” by Johann van Tonder News24 (Cape Town, S. Africa) Nov. 26, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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