Author Archives: Kai Denise

Pattern Design: Kai Amos

The image to the left is the front cover of “Matisee’s Garden”, a children’s book. This book contains many different organic patterns in the form of paper cutouts. These cutouts overlap and create images of both the scenes and animals … Continue reading

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Design Blog #4: Organic / Geometric, Abstraction / Representation: Kai Amos

Slice is a modern, sleek contemporary brand that sells kitchen products, and most predominately equipment for slicing/cutting . The old and new logo strongly represents the product in a geometric form by giving the viewer contour within the logo itself. The … Continue reading

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Poster Remix Critique: Kai Amos

For the Poster Remix, I believe this is my strongest design poster due to the simplicity and cleanness of the design that is created through the use of white space. So far in the class, I have learned about figure/ground, framing, … Continue reading

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Figure / Ground and Framing: Kai Amos

In this image is a cover of a book that has a great example of the use of reversible figure ground. The different levels of text creates an active visual for the eye to follow; immediately when I look at … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane, and Balance: Kai Amos

When I first saw this online page of the magazine, my eye was immediately drawn to the bold text “APRIL.” The negative space and seclusion the bold text has due to lack of other letters,  along with its size, makes … Continue reading

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