Texture: Sulaiman Ambusaidi

I took this picture in the street while I was walking to my apartment.

This picture I took while I was walking to my apartment. I found this as an interesting example of a pattern design. This pattern follows some of the examples that I have read in the book “Graphic Design: The New Basics.” The example was about dots and grids and I think this is a very close example to the book’s example. Also, I noticed that this picture has two patterns. One is the big dots and the other one is the small dots pattern. I will consider this pattern to be repeating elements pattern because all elements are dots which having the same shape. Moreover, this is also a good example of a texture because it has a feeling when someone is touching it.

I took this picture from a building near to my WSU campus.

 

I took this picture from one of the buildings near to the campus of WSU. This example is a good example of pattern and texture. It has a pattern of bricks and each brick seems to have its own texture. The texture of each brick is rough and we can tell it is rough by looking at it even if we did not touch it. Also, I think it is a repeating elements pattern because the bricks having the same shape which is a rectangle shape.

 

I took this picture of a tree branch in my WSU campus .

 

 

This last example is a tree branch that I took in the campus of WSU. In my opinion, this is a perfect example of a texture because it looks rough and organic and by looking at it, you will directly know how rough it is.

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