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Student Broadside Critique- Jenna Hayden

The text is A letter to a friend, From Charlie, an excerpt from Perks Of Being A Wallflower. The mood being conveyed is that it feels like it was handwritten in a letter. The text in the background seems like … Continue reading

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Broadside-Jenna Hayden

In Kyle Schlesinger’s essay, A Look At Some Contemporary Poetry Broadsides, he describes a broadside as “a form of street literature, a public work of art designed to be read outdoors, rather than in the library. Unlike the book, which … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design-Jenna Hayden

For this assignment, the text that I decided to choose was a poem from Edgar Allan Poe. Edgar Allan Poe was a Poet who lived from 1809-1849. The poem I chose to use is named Dreamland. The poem is written … Continue reading

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Typeface Anatomy- Jenna Hayden

In this movie poster the The Godfather Part II, the text is center aligned on the top of the poster making its way down the page into the middle of the poster. The yellow typeface is important to the poster … Continue reading

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Pattern Design and Color Interaction- Jenna Hayden

The first pattern I chose was from patternfoundry.com by Ryan Gander named Mitim. This pattern is geometric with a white and red pattern. The colors in this pattern do not change, instead all of the small squares are red and the … Continue reading

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Small Multiples – Jenna Hayden

This is a comic by Steven Weissman titled Hillary Rodham Clinton. This comic is a combination of illustrations and words that convey the principles that Tufte wrote about. Tufte wrote about the importance of successfully using words, numbers and images … Continue reading

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