Author Archives: Katie Malberg

Image as Text – Katie Malberg

My partner for the project is poet Lucy Reyes. Her poems are family focused, specifically memories of her little nieces and nephews. I chose “Hand Turkeys,” to be the poem for the broadside. As the title suggests, her mischievous nieces … Continue reading

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Broadsides – Katie Malberg

This broadside was a “Switcheroo” for an annual Broadsided Press feature, where writers create works in response to a piece of visual art. Poet Philip Schaefer and Painter Maura Cunningham were the creators of this broadside. As can be inferred, … Continue reading

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Helvetica – Katie Malberg

Out of the many examples of the Helvetica typeface to choose from, I chose the cover of my Geology textbook as an example.  The title, Essentials of Geology, rests along the rocks  in capital letters with a high x-height. “Geology” … Continue reading

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Interaction of Color – Katie Malberg

The cover designed by Isaac Tobin for the novel Spring, Heat, Rains  provides a great arrangement of colors, on what appear to be decorative pillows. If looked at individually, they each seem to hold a different pattern, but as a whole they … Continue reading

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