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Pattern Design: Maryssa Beare

While there is indeed geometry in this cover design, Blurryface focuses more on being organic, showing the geometry in the natural world, structure in the natural world. Designer Brandon Rike uses the dot method in his design, having some organic stripes … Continue reading

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Organic / Geometric, Abstraction / Representation: Maryssa Beare

Of the two logos, the After Logo is more organic because of its less structured nature, or its less rigid composition, if you will. The Before is far more clean cut and geometric with the harder angles and strict symmetry. In … Continue reading

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Poster Remix Critique: Maryssa Beare

This poster I believe has the most potential because it’s more engaging than my other designs, mainly due to its asymmetry but also to its scale of letters making a suggestion to depth–not quite positive and negative space (I’ll explore … Continue reading

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Figure/Ground and Framing: Maryssa Beare

Choose a visual example that again primarily consists of typographic elements. Analyze all identifiable elements in the composition in terms of positive and negative space and the other terms from your reading that refer to these concepts. Also note how … Continue reading

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Point, Line, Plane, and Balance: Maryssa Beare

Upon seeing the poster, I immediately go to its title, Seduction, but the almost as immediate does my eye go to the point above it, it looks like a Y encircled. After deciding that the Y isn’t pertinent to the … Continue reading

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