Category Archives: Visual Communication

Project 8 – Modular Design

Kitty Mays here, what if my cat was the reincarnation of Billy Mays? My design consists of analogous colors with value change which also creates texture in some areas. Modular design is created through a repeated pattern of shapes. Scale … Continue reading

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Project 7: Color Grid as Matrix

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Project 6: Screen Printing with Scale Change as a Design Benefit

What was once a mirror is now an asymmetrical design fractured by space to create scale change consisting of 9 pieces with a face reflecting off of the center which also adds contrast throughout my composition.

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Project 5: “The Labyrinth Tree”, Rhythm and Balance

Looking at the lost forms of the forest fading through a microscope. The repeated patterns of line, shapes, space, and texture creates rhythm, balance and movement asymmetrically throughout this dark forest. I chose to have a border with a partial … Continue reading

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Project 4 – Be’zier Curves

Lines and texture filled the space to create movement throughout the spiral in my design.

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Project 3 – Perspective, Space and Volume

Using 1, 2, and 3 point perspective i designed these compositions with the elements and principals of design in mind, such as Pattern, Color, Repetition, and Texture. While designing these compositions i tried to stray away from the original images … Continue reading

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Project 2 – Spatial Translation with Planes

Art is a way of expressing ones self through creativity, a friend of mine once said “all art is influenced from experiencing other works of art or nature”. I have taken various pictures around campus then recreated them in different … Continue reading

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