Author Archives: TimWhite

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Washington State University Graduate (c/o 2015) Professional Photographer

Blog #7: Image as a Text- Tim White

I’m all about minimalism, so I wanted one of the pictures to be a hazy smoke coming out of a stove or a cigarette. Having the entire poem illustrate smoke would be ideal. This particular image would be effective when … Continue reading

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Blog #6: Broadsides – Tim White

Typographies by Nicole Cooley fits into Kyle Schlesinger’s description of “total immersion” of text and image because of its abstract layout. The text is wrapped, flipped and twisted around the orginal poem, creating some sort of imagery which enhances and strengthens … Continue reading

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Blog Post #5 – Helvetica – Tim White

The example of Helvetica that I chose to use is a picture I took of an emergency exit sign located in the Museum of Fine Arts building. I believe the reason behind the designer’s decision of using Helvetica was to … Continue reading

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Blog #4 Interaction of Color – Tim White

This book cover was published by Pantheon and written by David Mamet. I believe this is a powerful example of interaction of color because although there is multiple colors being shown, there is one that is dominant over the others. … Continue reading

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