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Final Reflection: Joshua An

  One of the menus that really caught me attention was David Czyzewicz’s menu. I like the little illustration in the top left corner of the menu. When I first looked at the menu, my eye scanned it from top … Continue reading

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Design Blog #6 Menu Design Joshua An

Joshua An 7 November 2017 English 336   The menu I chose to write about is the Bare Witness one from Sydney, Australia. This menu has a lot of empty space. The Bare Witness menu uses Sans Serif. Usually the … Continue reading

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Alphabet Design Proposal: Joshua An

The reason I picked playing cards for my alphabet is because of the symbolic role they played in a book I read called, Bingo Palace by Louise Erdrich. The book has a lot of similarities to another book I was … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Joshua An

I chose to write about the sign warning people about the cattle thieves and offering a $500 reward. In the words, “CATTLE THIEVES BEWARE”, I thought it was interesting how balanced those letters were. They are all the same height … Continue reading

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Part 5: Digital Pattern Development

          The reason I am creating this pattern is because I love the simplicity of the pattern and the symmetry of the pattern itself. A character I created for a screenplay I am writing inspired this … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Joshua An

The first picture of took was of the sun. I did not take this picture with this assignment in mind. I saw how red the sun was and wanted to take a picture. I then realized that the sun acts … Continue reading

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Texture: Joshua An

When I went out searching for patterns and textures, I was greatly inspired by the piece shown to us in class called Britta Maj cotton linen fabric. The first picture I took was of a pillow that caught my attention … Continue reading

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