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Layers | Cristian Gutierrez

Throughout Linda Barry’s graphic novel she uses the technique cut and paste to create results that give some sort of meaning. In this particular image, the author created a collage to achieve a single viewpoint with the use of unrelated materials that … Continue reading

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Texture | Cristian Gutierrez

While reading through Linda Barry’s graphic novel, it is very difficult to ignore the child like illustrations. This particular image I chose seems to be composed of layers, which create a texture that, the readers could feel. However, since the … Continue reading

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Time & Motion | Cristian Gutierrez

When I first looked at this picture, the first sign of motion I saw was the plane. according to the Graphic Design book every image has implied motion. Artist use techniques such as rotation, scaling, cropping, repetition and others to … Continue reading

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Scale | Cristian Gutierrez

Scale is both objective & subjective. In the design world, scale is used to create depth, movement, importance and many other effects. In the visual I chose to present, your eyes immediately go to the face right in the middle. … Continue reading

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Framing | Cristian Gutierrez

While reading the new chapter Framing, I realized that a frame is both limiting and limitless. From the collection of graphic novels, I chose to write about Chris Ware’s work. In this particular layout he chose to work with implied … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane – Cristian Gutierrez

It’s pretty amazing to know we can move around a couple points, lines and planes, in order to create almost about anything. In this visual I chose, the layout of the design is very simple. It follows a structure that … Continue reading

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Formstorming: Cristian Gutierrez

In the beginning of her graphic novel, Linda Barry starts out by talking about the notion of time. It seems as though; she sees time as something we can travel to back and forth. This notion is carried throughout the … Continue reading

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Transparency!

As observed in the picture, the transparent layer projected on to the wall serves as a base for the drawings. Although the transparent layer appears to be at about 80 percent opacity level, the outlines created by the artist make … Continue reading

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Color

  I chose this image to explore the color section in the book. Within this image you can find some primary colors and a mixture of colors. The main focus of the picture is the streak of lights that would … Continue reading

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Point, Line & Plane!

  Point, line and plane are all depicted by the architectural design displayed by the CUB. As exclaimed in the text, they “are the building blocks in design,” in this case they are the blocks that make up the CUB. … Continue reading

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