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WSU Art Museum: Jocelyn Urias Castro

This newspaper was done by Nancy Chunn and it was interesting for me because it looks like a normal newspaper we use now on days but actually it is pretty old, and it is looking fresh and with color. I … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Jocelyn Urias

I have chosen to talk about the Fleuron, a journal of typography that was produced in seven lavish volumes. Every individual volume contained a big diversity of papers, specimens, illustrations, inserts and facsimiles beside essays by leading writers of typography and the … Continue reading

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Form storming: Jocelyn Urias

The work of Gee’s bend woman are really good examples of formstorming because all the quilts have different shapes and coors that puts you to think really deep into the really meaning and background of the quilt. They kind of … Continue reading

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Color Interaction: Jocelyn Urias Castro

This photo of a painting in a building is the perfect exemplar of fully saturated paining with desaturated colors around them. The wall has a lot of different strong colors such as bright red, blue, orange, pink, purple, and green, … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground: Jocelyn Urias Castro

Figure/Ground organization is a perceptual category that is a necessity for recognition of objects through an image. This organization can be used for different purposes, for example, I know some psychologists that use this kid of images where they need … Continue reading

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Pattern and Texture: Jocelyn Urias Castro

A pattern is made by repetition of objects or figures made by points and/or lines, creating a completely new “pattern” illusion. There can be hard to identify a pater in some images or objects sometimes, but when you let fly … Continue reading

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