Author Archives: matthewbehnen

Art Museum Visit: Matthew Behnen

I think this is an interesting and relevant example for me because the picture uses a typeface that is sim ilar to mine in the sense that it has a constant x-height for every letter. This is also an interesting … Continue reading

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Type Anatomy: Matt Behnen

The type in this picture is a mix of all types of font. There are serif and sans-serif fonts as well as regular, bold, and indented. The poster uses bold sanserif fonts for headings and things that are important to … Continue reading

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Formstorming & Modularity: Matt Behnen

I chose this design because to me it looks like what a blueprint would look like with the blue background and the white, chalk like, lines creating the design. Also the use of three dimensions and words not only going … Continue reading

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Pattern: Matt Behnen

This picture is interesting because the colors and design make it seem like there are arrows going up, but depending on how you look at it, you can see arrows going down as well. The colors in this pattern image … Continue reading

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Pattern: Matt Behnen

The patterns and imagery used in this quilt are made up of stripes, thin and bold. The top third of the quilt is made up of two stripes, very wide, creating a plane. The bottom two thirds of the quilt … Continue reading

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Texture: Matt Behnen

Grass: There are two main textures in this photo. The grass is soft and smooth to the touch whereas the cement is rough and cold. You can get this feeling from the way the grass is in the picture. The … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane: Matt Behnen

Everything in the world is made up of points, lines, and planes. These compositional elements are the building blocks of every image and design choice. We design things with specific points to draw our eyes towards those focal points. This … Continue reading

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