Photos and videos have now become a large part of the news stories that we read. But what if no photos or visuals can be used due to the content of the story? Illustrated storytelling is a relatively new idea within the larger bubble of visual storytelling which provides visuals for the audience for stories that cannot be told through traditional visual storytelling tools. Read more about this new form of storytelling here. Do you think that this type of visual storytelling is as compelling or relevant as the traditional visual storytelling tools (photos, audio, video, etc.) that we usually see as the audience? Does illustrated storytelling add to or does it detract from the overall story and/or message that the journalist attempts to relate to the audience?