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Book Jacket Design

Throughout the story, Ray mentions Buffalo Hides several times. At the end of the story, he also compares his back to a buffalo hide when he is in the river. I am thinking that I will use this as a … Continue reading

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Pattern Design: Jamie Marks

  Organic pattern: I chose this pattern as an example for an organic pattern because, while the pattern repeats seamlessly, there are no regular lines, shapes, or continuous design elements aside from the subject. No two parts of the design … Continue reading

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Organic/Geometric, Abstraction/Representation: Jamie Marks

This logo underwent a huge transition from organic to geometric, while still being representational of a frog. It is obviously key to keep the logo a representation of a frog, as it is considered the mascot or symbol of the company. … Continue reading

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Poster Remix Critique: Jamie Marks

The poster I chose is my second option, featuring the title in the shape of a mouth. The title of my poster is the most clear example of utilizing multiple design techniques: I have framed the title with the biographies … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground and Framing: Jamie Marks

When thinking about a visual example that primarily uses typographic elements, I immediately thought of Vitamin Water. Their brand is immediately recognizable because of their consistent use of the same typographic elements  and use of positive and negative space. Their consistently … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane, and Balance: Jamie Marks

This is a composition created by Jessica Hische was created as a cover for the Weekend Edition of the Washington Post. When looking at the composition, the first thing that my eye is drawn to is the “40,” printed in … Continue reading

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