Author Archives: Ana Giles

WSU Art Museum: Ana Giles

While on our trip to the museum, the two pieces that mostly caught my eye was the gay Asian poster and “Making Tide” a contemporary comic book. The text used where each Asian person’s name was written on the poster … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Ana Giles

  I chose the German Bible copy from 1480 to analyze. This text has a very formal visual presence, with all of the paragraph text printed on a printing press, and the first letter of each chapter handwritten. The same … Continue reading

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Formstorming: Ana Giles

The quilts that are crafted by the women of Gee’s Bend are an excellent example of formstorming. Formstorming be definition, is “an act of visual thinking,” meaning the designs that people create tell a story or a thought process, even … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Ana Giles

I decided I wanted to show an image of a colorful Italian home, because I know that there is a lot of colorful architecture there, and I knew there would be one that fit what this chapter is talking about. … Continue reading

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Pattern and Texture: Ana Giles

Texture to me is what is showcased in an image that makes your brain feel like you could feel the image even if it is on a single, flat, plane. This image is a good example of texture because of … Continue reading

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